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Four SuperValu stores in Westmeath were awarded the highest accolade of food quality, The Supreme National Hygiene and Food Safety Award, at the recent 2015 SuperValu Quality Awards in Killarney. The awards are accredited by the Excellence Ireland Quality Association (EIQA) and identify retailers throughout the country who have gone above and beyond in maintaining the highest quality standards for more than a three year period.
Eight local Centra stores, Roche’s Centra Balla, Cuffe’s Centra Belmullet, Walsh’s Centra Kilmaine, Hennigan’s Centra Ballindine, Sheridan’s Centra Newport, Casey’s Centra Castlebar, Casey’s Centra Ballina, and Campbell’s Centra Killala, scooped the much coveted Excellence Ireland Supreme National Hygiene Award recently.
ODN Food Safety Training and Consultancy specialises in food safety training, food labelling, and consultancy. It is a legal requirement that all food handlers working in a food environment have basic food safety training. Whether you are a small cafe, hotel, supermarket, or catering business, they provide practical solutions for all your food safety needs. Food safety raises performance standards, promotes a good image and complies with legislation requirements.
Cuffe’s Centra was named as a finalist for Best Convenience Store in Ireland for Hygiene and Food Safety. Cuffe’s Centra is an independent, family owned business. The store employs a dedicated, locally sourced team of 36 people which prides itself on creating a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and providing the highest quality of produce. The Black Tie event, which celebrates the highest standards of quality and excellence in Irish business, was held at The Double Tree by Hilton in Dublin and was attended by The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD and was presented by Irish opera singer and TV personality Carol Anne Lowe.
A city organisation which has been preparing and delivering meals to older people in the community for more than 30 years has scooped a prestigious quality award.
Seven Centra stores in Mayo are celebrating after being presented with the Supreme National Hygiene Award at the recent 2014 Centra Quality Awards in Killarney. The awards, which identify and reward retailers that have gone above and beyond in their strive to maintain a consistently high level of hygiene in their stores over a three year period, were presented by Martin Kelleher, managing director of Centra, and Martin Roper, technical director of Excellence Ireland Quality Association. The seven Mayo stores that were presented with this prestigious award, were Roche’s Centra Balla, Cuffe’s Centra Belmullet, Walsh’s Centra Kilmaine, Mitchell’s Centra Moygownagh, Sheridan’s Centra Newport, Casey’s Centra Castlebar, and Casey/McShane’s Centra Ballina.
Four SuperValu stores in Westmeath: Buckley’s SuperValu Moate and Mullingar, Smith’s SuperValu Monksland, and Fennell’s SuperValu Kinnegad were recently presented with the Supreme Excellence Ireland Quality Award by Martin Kelleher, managing director, SuperValu and Irene Collins, managing director, Excellence Ireland Quality Association (EIQA) at the 2014 SuperValu Quality Awards ceremony held in Killarney.
Eleven SuperValu stores in Galway have been awarded with the Supreme Excellence Ireland Quaity awards.
Three Westmeath SuperValu stores, Buckley’s SuperValu Moate, Smith SuperValu Athlone, and Buckey’s SuperValu Mullingar were recently presented with the Supreme Hygiene Award by Martin Kelleher, managing director, SuperValu and Irene Collins, managing director, Excellence Ireland Quality Association (EIQA) at the 2013 SuperValu Quality Awards ceremony held in Killarney.