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Tom Keogh from Keogh's Crisps, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Tom Hayes TD and John Paul O’Reilly, Commercial Director from Tesco Ireland

Tom Keogh from Keogh's Crisps, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Tom Hayes TD and John Paul O’Reilly, Commercial Director from Tesco Ireland

Tom Keogh from Keogh's Crisps, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Tom Hayes TD and John Paul O’Reilly, Commercial Director from Tesco Ireland

KEOGH'S crisps has become the latest Irish company to make it on to supermarket shelves across the UK.

The Keoghs, who employ 40 people on their farm in Oldtown, Co Dublin, have just agreed a deal with Tesco UK which will see the hand-cooked artisan potato crisps go on sale in 255 stores.

"This is a brilliant boost for us," said managing director Tom Keogh.

"As a small, family-owned business, this deal with Tesco UK opens a potentially massive opportunity for the business.

"The deal has the potential to allow us to double our turnover in the UK quickly and opens up the chance to try additional markets in Europe where we don't currently stock our products."

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