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Looking for a healthy option after christmas? Try Kilkenny Rosé Veal.
You can order online from The Market Butchers – visit website.
Delighted with the win for Kilkenny Rosé Veal and Jack Hahessy Madigan.
Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Best Established Business – Kilkenny.
Huge Thanks to Local Enterprise Office Kilkenny . Looking forward to the regionals!
We’re delighted with the recent coverage of Kilkenny Rosé Veal in the national media.
Attached are two pieces of coverage from recent reviews by two of Ireland’s most acclaimed food reviewers.
The Sunday Times article features some background on Kilkenny Rosé Veal and the ethical ethos of rearing the veal.
Also, attached is a review of celebrating Rinuccini’s 25th anniversary.
Click on the links below to view articles
We are pleased to announce that we have now appointed M&K Meats in Rathcoole, Co. Dublin as our new wholesaler for Kilkenny Rosé Veal in the greater Dublin area.
M&K Meats are proud to offer the very best meats in Ireland and are used by 99% of the leading Irish restaurants, hotels and catering businesses.
Click here for full contact details for M&K Meats.
Kilkenny Rosé Veal has been awarded a very prestigious acknowledgement from Compassion in World Farming, Ireland’s first recipient of this award. The Madigan Family from Windgap are one of the South East’s first farm to table producers of high welfare veal commonly known as Rosé Veal. The product was just recently brought to the market and is stocked in outlets and restaurants such as Kilkenny’s Michelin starred Campagne Restaurant and artisan butchers Grogan and Brown (Kilkenny), Lawlor’s Butchers (Rathmines), Fenelon’s Butchers (Stillorgan).
The company received the organisations highly regarded ‘Good Dairy Award’ which recognises food companies across Europe that are making it their policy to produce and source higher welfare eggs, meat and dairy produce. Animal welfare encompasses not only the health and physical wellbeing of the animal but the animal’s psychological wellbeing and the ability to express its own behaviour. Compassion in World Farming launched the Good Dairy Award in 2011 and celebrates companies that use and are committing to use higher welfare dairy systems for cows and calves.