FDBusiness.com

Celtic Pure is Drinking to Success

 Breaking News
  • Royal A-Ware and Glanbia Ireland to Build New €140 Million Continental Cheese Facility Royal A-ware, a leading global cheese and dairy producer in The Netherlands, and Glanbia Ireland, Ireland’s largest dairy processor, plan to enter a strategic partnership that proposes to build a new continental cheese manufacturing facility in Belview, County Kilkenny, Ireland. It is proposed that a total of €140 million will be invested in this best-in-class [...]...
  • Pladis Appoints Global CEO Pladis, one of the world’s leading snacking companies, has appointed A Salman Amin as global CEO. He will take over the leadership officially in February. With a strong reputation in the food and drink sector, Salman Amin takes up the role after a highly successful international career spanning 30 years and three continents. Most recently, he [...]...
  • ADM Adds New Line of Specialty Tapioca Starches For the EMEA Region Archer Daniels Midland Company has announced a long term partnership with General Starch Limited (GSL), a leading tapioca starch producer located in Thailand. ADM will have exclusive distribution rights of the GSL modified tapioca starch products in the majority of the European countries, as well as in the Middle East and Africa. This range of [...]...
  • Louis Dreyfus Company to Exit Dairy Louis Dreyfus Company, a leading international merchant and processor of agricultural goods, has announced its decision to exit its dairy business by mid-2019. The move is in line with the company’s strategy over the past three years to exit non-core areas and refocus on its core businesses, including investments in origination markets and expansion along [...]...
  • Lucozade Ribena Suntory to Invest £13 Million in UK Factory Japan-based Suntory Beverage & Food is investing £13 million in its UK-based subsidiary Lucozade Ribena Suntory to install a new, high-speed bottle filler at its factory in Coleford, Gloucestershire. The new filler will produce 1.3 million bottles a day and will be instrumental in increasing productivity and efficiency at the Lucozade Ribena Suntory factory. The investment [...]...

Celtic Pure is Drinking to Success

Celtic Pure is Drinking to Success
November 18
12:05 2015

Celtic Pure has been awarded the Bord Bia ‘Success at Home’ Food and Drink Award. The awards, held every two years, reward excellence within the Irish food and drink industry across eight categories – Branding, Consumer Insight, Digital Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Exporting, Innovation, Success at Home and Sustainability.

This is the third award Celtic Pure has won for its outstanding bottled water this year. The company was recently awarded a gold medal from the British Bottlers’ Institute for its sparkling water in October and the esteemed SFA’s Manufacturing Company of the Year 2015 for outstanding achievement in business growth and management.

Celtic Pure, deemed to be a great Irish success story, has said to have built a strong management team which has been crucial to the company’s success.

Padraig McEneaney (pictured), Chief Executive of Celtic Pure, says: “We are delighted to have been recognised and selected as the overall winner alongside such a strong line-up of successful Irish companies in the ‘Success at Home’ category’. We are overjoyed that Bord Bia have recognised the hard work we have done behind the scenes. From recruiting a strong management team across production, maintenance, quality, logistics and CRM to support, we ensure that all individual specifications are met to achieve our sales targets with an average of 15% increase in sales recorded year on year over the past eight years.”

About Author

mike

mike

Related Articles



Food & Drink Business Conference & Exhibition 2016

Upcoming Events

  • June 18, 2019Multimodal 2019
AEC v1.0.4

find food jobs

The Magazine

F&D Business Preferred Suppliers

New Subscriber

Subscribe Here



Advertisements