Smokin’ Butcher looks to turn up the heat with expansion into overseas markets
Business is on the up for Meath company the Smokin’ Butcher, which has secured new deals to stock Wrights of Howth at Dublin Airport and three Avoca outlets.
The company, which produces smoked black and white puddings, sausages and dry-cured rashers, already has contracts with Sheridan’s cheesemongers at Dunnes Stores, Supervalu, and Fallon & Byrne.
Hugh Maguire runs the business with his wife Caroline and brother William. His son Hugh jr helps...
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