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Clada Group Takes Gold in Irish Q Mark Awards

Clada Group Takes Gold in Irish Q Mark Awards
October 10
10:36 2016

Clada Group, based in Galway, has been named as the best food and drinks manufacturer in Ireland for Quality Management Systems at this year’s National Q Mark Awards. Founded in 1962 by the Owens brothers, Clada Group’s primary business focus was the sourcing and bottling of soft drinks and water- utilising onsite fresh water springs. This has evolved into the importation and distribution of fruit and vegetables, boutique beers and wines and the provision of draught water to domestic and commercial customers. The company employs 45 people.

The Q Mark Awards are associated with Quality and Excellence in the minds of Irish consumers and it is the only system which allows businesses monitor 100% of their processes and procedures 100% of the time. Winning this award has shown that Clada Group truly cares about its customers and is willing to go the extra mile to ensure that it achieves the highest possible standards at all times.

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Picture (left to right): Irene Collins, Managing Director of The National Q Mark Awards; Leo Varadkar TD, Minister for Social Protection; and Ursula Owens of Clada Group.

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