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Kettyle Irish Foods opens first retail outlet in Tesco Enniskillen

22 September 2013

Kettyle Irish Foods, the award-winning meat specialists who are part of the Linden Food Group, has opened its first retail concession in Tesco, Enniskillen.

In a brand new move for the Fermanagh based company, Kettyle has opened a dedicated counter in-store offering its full range of quality and affordable lines including burgers and sausages and their Irish Food Writers Guild Award winning Free Range Chicken. There will also be the companies master butchery lines including; the award-winning 28 day Dry Aged Tomahawk steaks; Dry Aged Wing Rib Steak; Dry Aged Fillet Steak; Dry-Aged Ribeye Steak; a selection of Dry Cured Craft Bacon; and Dry Aged Boneless Lamb Rack with Marrow Melt.
Experienced Kettyle Irish Foods butchers led by Ian McKernaghan and Duane Kille are managing the concession and are happy to share their exceptional product knowledge with customers who are looking for help and guidance in their choice of meats.
Maurice Kettyle, Managing Director, Kettyle Irish Foods, said at the opening: "This is an exciting development for Kettyle Irish Foods and for Tesco customers across Enniskillen.
"Over the last few years we have worked hard to establish our award-winning reputation. We are passionate about producing the best locally produced meat there is and we are delighted to have the opportunity to bring our full range of superior meats to new customers."
Tesco Enniskillen Manager, Martin Geraghty, said: “It is very important to work with local companies such as Kettyle Irish Foods. This is a unique initiative within Tesco Enniskillen. We can now offer customers a level of service and knowledge on the meat counters which is over and above what we had previously. We are very excited to be working with Kettyle Irish Foods, and they are very excited to be working with us.

“We hope that our customers will be pleased that we have introduced this highly-regarded company to our store.”
Kettyle Irish Foods, who specialise in producing superior meats from locally reared traditional suckler bred stock, using their ‘dry ageing’ techniques, recently triumphed again at the Great Taste Awards 2013 with accolades for their Dry Aged Boneless Lamb Rack with Marrow Melt; their Dry Cured Bacon Collar Steaks; 28 day Dry Aged Tomahawk Steak with Truffle infuse; and Guinness Stincotta Osso Bucco.

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