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03Feb

LauraLynn – Development of Bereavement Support

Development of Bereavement Support - Rosie & Jim Chicken ProductsLauraLynn’s Family Bereavement Programme provides both formal and informal help and support to all children and families who are accessing our service. Many parents wonder how they will carry on after the death of their child. Every family’s experience is different and it can be a roller coaster of emotions.

31Jan

Prospects for poultry remain strong

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According to Rabobank, the outlook for the global poultry sector in 2014 is generally bullish, driven by the tailwind of sharply lower feed costs and tight global supplies of pork and beef (which are poultry’s main substitutes).

24Jan

Product Focus - Chicken Twist

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Fancy something different for the weekend? Want pizza but without the bread? Our Rosie & Jim, Ballybrittas Chicken Twist is just thing!

Breaded fillet of chicken covered with a delicious pizza topping of smoked bacon, peppers and mozzarella.

Individually frozen chicken portions. Ready to cook.

Read more about our Chicken Twist here >

17Jan

Product Focus - Creamy Peppercorn Chicken Kiev

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This is our whole breaded fillet of chicken with a delicious creamy peppercorn filling. The coating is light, golden and crispy.

Ready to cook. Available as chilled or frozen chicken portions. Ideal for Supermarkets, Gourmet Foods stores, Butcher Shops, Cash and Carry’s,

Read more about our Creamy Peppercorn Chicken Kiev here>

10Jan

Product Focus - Southern Fried Chicken Drumsticks

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Our portions of Southern Fried Chicken Drumsticks coated with a delicious, southern fried flavoured crumb is sure to be a favourite with the whole family. The coating is light, crispy and not too spicy - so everyone will enjoy it!

It's ready to cook and available as chilled or frozen chicken portions .

09Jan

UK accounted for 83% of poultry exports in 2013

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By Ciaran Moran | http://www.agriland.ie/

Poultry exports grew four per cent in 2013 to €230m. However the UK remains the largest destination for Irish poultry products accounting for 83 per cent.