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Catherina Cunnane
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Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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Certified Irish Angus beef to be served at Galway Races

Certified Irish Angus beef will be served for the first time at this year’s Galway Races Summer Festival.

The Butchers’ Prime Certified Irish Angus Beef cut is processed by Kepak on behalf of Musgrave Marketplace, food service, retail, and SME wholesaler.

The catering for this year’s summer festival races will be provided by Lydon House, which prides itself in supplying high-end catering for the popular summer festival.

Certified Irish Angus beef 

The unmissable Galway Races Summer Festival will run from July 31st until August 6th, 2023, at Ballybrit racecourse where there is promised music, fashion, and quality food.

Situated in the heart of Galway City, the company is committed to supporting local Irish suppliers. With Musgrave Marketplace situated on the Tuam Road mere minutes from the Ballybrit racecourse and Certified Irish Angus sourced from small family farms, the partnership showcases “the best of local sourcing”.

Musgrave Marketplace is the only 100% Irish-owned national food service, retail, and SME wholesaler.

The company works with over 800 Irish suppliers and stocks over 3,500 Irish products across its range and it works closely with Ireland’s top restaurants and hotels around the country.

The strong alliance between the producer, processor, and food service provider is key to delivering the tastiest, naturally marbled, and succulent Certified Irish Angus beef at the prestigious event this summer.

James Canavan, trading manager, Musgrave Marketplace Food Service said:

“Butchers Prime Certified Irish Angus beef is one of our premium beef brands and we are proud to have it in our portfolio.”

“When it comes to sourcing Irish beef, we are looking for quality, consistency, innovation, and sustainability without compromise – and we get all of this and more in the Certified Irish Angus beef brand. We are delighted to be announcing this important partnership today.”

Speaking about the partnership Michael Flynn, Director of Lydon House said,

“It is our pleasure to serve Certified Irish Angus Beef from Musgrave Marketplace at this year’s races.”

“The farm-to-fork level of traceability that comes with Certified Irish Angus Beef means that I can guarantee that consistently excellent beef is served to all our customers.”

Merited menu listings

Mel Bohan, Kepak Group said, “The care and attention that Certified Irish Angus Beef receives at every stage in the food chain is evident in the superior quality of the product.”

“We are delighted as processing partners to ensure high standards are maintained at this year’s Galway Races.”

“We are delighted that our well-established business partnership with Musgrave Marketplace has another opportunity to develop further and grow as this event.”

Charles Smith, general manager, of Certified Irish Angus added that the partnership provides recognition to Certified Irish Angus farmers whose continued dedication to producing superior Irish Angus beef has resulted in “merited menu listings” at major events and in top restaurants around the country.

“As a producer group, our strength will always be the small family farms that are part of our community and who can feel proud to provide top quality at Ballybrit racecourse.”

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