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Feericks Victuallers, a traditional butcher shop on 40 Lower Newcastle Road, is getting ready to close its doors for the final time after more than 40 years in business.
A small butcher shop in Kiltimagh is on the pig’s back after winning a top national award for its homemade, spicy, Italian sausages.
Last Friday saw the opening of Martin Divilly Butchers in Terryland Shopping Centre, 87 years on from the very first Martin Divilly Butchers in Galway city. Martin and Audrey along with their extended families cheered on, as Martin’s daughter Shauna Divilly cut the ribbon.
Enjoy the best lamb, beef, pork, bacon, and poultry from award winning butcher Brendan Loughnane.
Ballyheane butcher Clive Lavelle has continued on a winning streak for his famous sausages.
Eurospar Belmullet is amongst a small group of retailers from around the country, which was recently honoured at the inaugural Top of the Tree (TOTT) retail awards run by BWG Foods (owners and operators of the EUROSPAR brand in Ireland). The awards programme recognises best practice and outstanding retail practice in several supermarket departments: customer care; off-licence; butchery; fruit and veg; and delicatessen.
Seamus Bracken Butchers, Mullingar has a number of new products for you to try this spring, with Kilbeggan Organic porridge and Donegal Rapeseed Oil now available to buy. You can also sample a selection of delicious products from Moyallon, including red pepper relish, savoury onion marmalade, hot chilli pickle, spicy fruit chutney, and country relish.
The best lamb, beef, pork, bacon and poultry from an award winning butcher.
Brendan Loughnane master butcher on the Headford Road is offering a great five day meal deal. It is pretty hard to beat this for value at €20. You can buy enough meat/chicken to feed a family of five/six for five days. That works out at about 70 cents per person per meal. Add some Irish potatoes, a veg or two, and the result will feed and nourish the family for a week.
Well known Ballinasloe butcher Joe Hayes is the driving force behind the National Butchery Academy which is offering 50 places for unemployed people on a new Industrial Meat Processing course starting in January. The National Butchery Academy was recently launched by Eamon O Cuív TD, Minister for Social Protection, and applicants are expected from the entire region including Mayo which has a strong tradition in the meat industry.