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Profits down 50pc at top meat firm

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Published 01/06/2011 | 05:00

ONE of the country's leading meat suppliers saw its profit before tax more than halved last year, new accounts show.

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Goldreed Holdings, which controls the Rudd's Fine Foods and Brady Family Ham brands, made a pre-tax profit of €481,001 in 2010, compared to €1,000,047 in 2009.

The company had retained profits of €443,973; down from €851,896 a year earlier.

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