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FenuHealth to open English office in response to Brexit

6th May, 2018
Annie and Kate Madden, co-founders of FenuHealth Picture: Paul Jones/meathphotos

Teenage sisters Kate and Annie Madden are not horsing around. The pair’s horse supplement company, FenuHealth, already exports to 15 countries and now they are opening an office in England in response to Brexit.

Meath-based FenuHealth’s main product, FenuSave, is used for the prevention and treatment of gastric ulcers in horses. The products are manufactured just outside London. Categorised as a feedstuff, they can be fed to a racehorse right up to, and on,...

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