Drogheda brand Col­lar of Gold en­joys sweet taste of suc­cess

Drogheda Independent - - NEWS - By HU­BERT MUR­PHY

THE suc­cess of a Drogheda-based brand of cook­ing oil has proved to be ex­tra­or­di­nary, with its lat­est suc­cess com­ing at the ac­claimed Blas na hEire­ann in Dingle.

Col­lar of Gold was awarded the ‘Chef ’s Choice’ - and that above all in a highly com­pet­i­tive field - was some achieve­ment.

Peter McCloskey is the brains be­hind the brand and it has a sim­ple mes­sage - “It al­lows you to taste the good­ness of your food only and does not add a smell, taste, colour, or aroma, typ­i­cal of other pure oils,’ Peter re­marks.

Col­lar of Gold can be found in stores through­out the coun­try - in­clud­ing Su­perValu - not bad for a brand that was only founded last year.

Col­lar of Gold is a rape­seed oil and is suit­able for cold and high-tem­per­a­ture uses, and is sourced from Ir­ish farm­ers. It is used in a number of top restau­rants in Ire­land and the UK.

It is 100% Nat­u­ral and high in Omegas 3 and 6.

There are big plans to take Col­lar of Gold on a big­ger jour­ney in the years ahead.

Liga Dzene and Jewel Ak­ber, MACE Omeath, MACE Wheaton Hall and MACE West Street, Drogheda and Ire­land and Lions star out-half Johnny Sex­ton

Ger­ard Markey, Gerry Markey and Ray­mond Prunty, MACE Castle­belling­ham and Ire­land and Lions star out-half Johnny Sex­ton

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