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Irish Yoghurts building new state-of-the art facility

Established in 1994 by Diarmuid O’Sullivan, Irish Yogurts’ aim was to produce Traditional Churn made Yogurt to be supplied to retail outlets nationwide.

The company has grown from a small one person Artisan operation in 1994 to an award winning, highly successful internationally recognised food company located in Clonakilty, West Cork operating from two sites in the town employing over 160 people locally.

The Yogurt is made in the churn the traditional way, giving great taste and an extra creamy body & texture to our entire range of products. Fresh Milk, Live Yogurt Cultures and Real Fruit are used to give excellent flavour and produce a wide variety of yogurts including the fat free “Diet” range, Low Fat varieties as well as more luxurious full fat Custard Style and Thick & Creamy yogurts with added cream. The Milk and Cream comes from Local family farms in West Cork. The Churn process is an Artisan Method and at Irish Yogurts we are famous for producing great tasting artisan quality products.

The Irish Yogurt brand comprises of 37 different products available nationwide in all major retailers including Dunnes Stores, SuperValu, Centra and Tesco.  The Irish Yogurts brand is also available in Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons in the UK. 

Over 100 different Retailer own label yogurts are also produced in Irish Yogurts for the major retail multiples in Ireland. In 2013 Irish Yogurts grew its retail opportunities by expanding into the European market, supplying products to Spain, Sweden and Finland.

Irish Yogurts are in the process of building a New State of the art factory which will be completed by the end of the year.

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Irish Yogurts Alan Long and Karen Keohane  pictured with Munster Players Stephen Archer ,Andrew Conway  and Denis Hurley pictured at their Training Grounds in CIT Cork where Their Company was Shortlisted in the Munster Section of the Bank Of Ireland supported Sponsor for a Day Competition.

Irish Yogurts Alan Long and Karen Keohane pictured with Munster Players Stephen Archer ,Andrew Conway and Denis Hurley pictured at their Training Grounds in CIT Cork where Their Company was Shortlisted in the Munster Section of the Bank Of Ireland supported Sponsor for a Day Competition.

Irish Yogurts Alan Long and Karen Keohane pictured with Munster Players Stephen Archer ,Andrew Conway and Denis Hurley pictured at their Training Grounds in CIT Cork where Their Company was Shortlisted in the Munster Section of the Bank Of Ireland supported Sponsor for a Day Competition.

Completion of the new factory will increase the capacity and manufacturing capabilities of Irish Yogurts. Irish Yogurts have won numerous awards for its great tasting yogurts in both the Great Taste Awards and Blas na hEireann awards.

 

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