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Your favourite is now in SuperValu


The search is over; coming soon you will see the delicious range of ‘Only 100% Chicken Breast’ breaded products at a SuperValu near you.

As you will know we have been busy running tastings in Centra over recent months and now the full roll out of our products nationwide will take place in coming weeks.

Everyone is super excited to see Rosie & Jim in stores across the country!


Tasting Fun at Centra with Rosie & Jim


Over recent weeks we have been out and about connecting directly with our end users – the public. It has been great fun, so many positive comments and it was a good investment of time in the roll out of our retail brand with Centra.

Throughout the days we had giveaways, competitions, promotions and lots more.

It was lovely to see so many friendly faces and the stores were fab – they couldn’t do enough to help us.

Roll on the next tastings!!!

Rosie, Tracey & Paula x

Have a look at some of our pictures….


Tasting days at Centra Ireland


Over forth coming weeks Rosie & Jim are hitting the streets around selected Centra stores in Ireland for some exciting tastings of the new retail range Its all Good by Rosie & Jim. The day normally runs between 2 & 6pm with lots of tasty treats to try, prizes to give away and much more asides.

We love to see customers and hear from them, many families have stopped by and left with their appetite whetted and maybe some freebies under their arm.

Here are a few pictures so far!!


New retail range launched – Its all good by Rosie & Jim


The new frozen range is marketed under the ‘Its all good – by Rosie & Jim’ brand is trialled in the freezer cabinets of 8 Centra stores with the intention of nationwide roll out in coming months.

The chicken grown in EU has some of the best traffic light status of the sector and is priced very competitively. All products are made in Ireland and the company is very proud of the level of repeat customers they have.


Rosie & Jim’s making a difference in Tanzania

Run down schools, crowded class rooms, lack of resources and virtually no sport are all part and parcel of a young persons life in Tanzania, Africa.

Irish volunteers Aisling Quigley and Anna Moore have set about changing the experiences young people are faced with in everyday life. Their work is delivered via Camps International and the core project is based around improving educational infrastructure at the local primary schools and improving village life as a whole.


UK and Irish poultry sales set to increase by 3-4% – Moy Park


Poultry sales are expected to grow faster than other proteins, at around +3-4%, Janet McCollum, Moy Park’s Chief Executive, says.

McCollum was detailing Moy Parks strategy for 2015 at an event by its parent company Marfrig Global Foods when she said poultry sales would increase due to its price point against other meats and its standing as a versatile and healthy protein.