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Loughnane family fills out sausage enterprise with Rudd’s buyout

The Loughnanes are well-known producers of sausages and black and white puddings

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
2nd July, 2017

A company owned by the Loughnane family of Galway has bought the Rudd’s breakfast products brand from O’Brien Fine Foods, one of the best known food companies in Ireland.

The Loughnanes are well-known producers of sausages and black and white puddings under their own brand name, as well as for food service customers.

They also produce a range of Guinness sausages.

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