Dublin food company Dairyglen has seen sales rise by €1.5 million in five years on foot of demand for in-store chilled dessert stations designed to maximise soft serve ice-cream revenues for retailers.
Dairyglen was established in the early 1990s by Edgar Delaney and his son Geoff, after both lost their jobs in ice-cream sales when their employer Pritchitts downsized.
They started out as a man-in-a-van company.
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