Lily O’Brien’s in development programme

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Pictured at the launch of the 2013 Tesco/Bord Bia Supplier Development Programme which will feature 17 new Irish food companies covering confectionery, ice cream, seafood, bakery and health categories are Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, Jason Popplewell and Senator Mary-Ann O’Brien, Lily O’Briens, based in Newbridge who are joining the programme. The programme will equip participants with the necessary skills required to secure, grow and maintain business with Tesco.

Pictured at the launch of the 2013 Tesco/Bord Bia Supplier Development Programme which will feature 17 new Irish food companies covering confectionery, ice cream, seafood, bakery and health categories are Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, Jason Popplewell and Senator Mary-Ann O’Brien, Lily O’Briens, based in Newbridge who are joining the programme.

The programme will equip participants with the necessary skills required to secure, grow and maintain business with Tesco.

This follows the success of last year’s initiative, as a result of which Cashel Blue, Ballymaloe Sauces, Glenilen Farm,

The Different Dairy Company, and Keogh’s Crisps are currently exporting products to Tesco stores in the UK, with the total value of retail sales for participating companies exceeding €4million.