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Juicy superfood is doing the business for pioneering farming family

Her family diversified into farmers’ markets in the 1980s and Anne Marie Feighery has built on that success by launching a 100pc Irish produced beetroot juice product

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Anne-Marie Feighery and Rinnie with her Beetroot Juice at Feighery's Farm in Kilcormac, Co Offaly. Photo: Alf Harvey

Anne-Marie Feighery and Rinnie with her Beetroot Juice at Feighery's Farm in Kilcormac, Co Offaly. Photo: Alf Harvey

Family affair: Anne-Marie Feighery with her father Billy, brother William and brother Alan and his sons Billy and Dan sowing beetroot. Photo: Alf Harvey

Family affair: Anne-Marie Feighery with her father Billy, brother William and brother Alan and his sons Billy and Dan sowing beetroot. Photo: Alf Harvey

Beetroot Juice from Feighery's Farm, Kilcormac.

Beetroot Juice from Feighery's Farm, Kilcormac.

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Anne-Marie Feighery and Rinnie with her Beetroot Juice at Feighery's Farm in Kilcormac, Co Offaly. Photo: Alf Harvey

The Feighery family have a track record in taking an alternative approach to the business of farming.

They went down the farmers’ market route in the 1980s when Billy Feighery and his sons Alan and William and daughter Anne Marie started selling vegetables direct to the customer.

And Anne Marie has now taken that enterprising approach a step further by launching her own beetroot juice product — which is shaping up to be another success story for the Feigherys who farm in Kilcormac, Co Offaly.


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