Truly Irish Country Foods Ltd - Business All-Star Accreditation
All-Star Irish Food Brand 2021
This certificate verifies that Truly Irish Country Foods Ltd has achieved AIBF All-Star Global Irish Food Brand 2021. The Accreditation is in recognition of the company’s outstanding contribution to the Irish food sector.
Furthermore, we wish to recognise Truly Irish Country Foods conduct in the areas of trust, commitment, performance & customer-centricity. Truly Irish Country Foods Ltd is hereby included in the AIBF Register Of Irish Business Excellence.
– Kieran Ring, Deputy Chair, Adjudication Board
Message from Joe O Connor, Commercial Manager- Truly Irish Country Foods Ltd
Truly Irish are delighted to have been recognised as the All-Star Irish Food Brand 2021. This highlights our commitment to our customers, our brand, our suppliers and our product. As our logo suggests Truly Irish is more than just a name – it’s our guarantee.
The mission of our company is to support Irish farmers, producers and employment by sourcing all our product from Irish farms. The accreditation recognises the hard work our team have put in to enhance the reputation of Irish products both domestically and internationally and serves as a signal to our new and existing customers that Truly Irish is a brand you can trust.
About Truly Irish Country Foods Ltd
Truly Irish Country Foods was established in 2009 by a group of pig producers. Frustrated with the quality of meat being sold to Irish consumers we said enough was enough. The quality of pork being sold in Ireland did not accurately reflect what we as Irish pig farmers were capable of producing. A company was formed by the farmers with pigmeat producers nationwide.
There is no mistaking our name or our label – Truly Irish Country Foods. It’s not just a name, it’s our guarantee. What makes Truly Irish different is we absolutely refuse to compromise quality for profit. You can be confident whenever you purchase a Truly Irish product it comes from your local producer and is fully traceable back to the farm. You are also helping to save over 8,000 Irish jobs.