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Food producers join forces to boost online sales during crisis

Simply Fit Food links up with other businesses to extend its online offering

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
15th April, 2020
Luke Judge and Evelyn Garland of Simply Fit Food. The start-up has teamed up with other producers to widen its appeal during the Covid-19 lockdown. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Several Irish food producers have partnered with Louth start-up Simply Fit Food to sell their goods on the ready-made meal company’s website.

Simply Fit Food, founded by Evelyn Garland and Luke Judge three years ago, sells a range of ready-made meals and recently launched a new line of soup products.

Due to current pandemic, the firm’s retail sales have taken a significant hit, with the Louth-based company now fully focused online.

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