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James Whelan Butchers opens counters in Dunnes Stores, while Meath's AgriKids launches farm safety app
Fifth-generation family butcher James Whelan Butchers (JWB) has opened counters in two Dunnes Stores outlets in Dublin. Twenty jobs have been created at the new JWB counters in Dunnes Stores premises in Cornelscourt and the Swan Centre in Rathmines.
As well as the Irish market, JWB supplies Harrods and Fortnum & Mason in Britain. The company’s owner, Pat Whelan, recently opened Ireland’s first formal training academy for butchers with Fetac level six accreditation. Whelan is...
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