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Killowen lands Aer Lingus yoghurt deal

7th June, 2015

A Wexford-based family yogurt business is hoping for a business boost after it signed a short-term contract to supply Aer Lingus.

Killowen Farm, which is owned by the Dunne family in Courtnacuddy and employs 20 people, has secured a three-month contract with the airline worth about €10,000.

The contract is likely to be extended after the trial period.

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