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International Award forMuldoons Irish

Whiskey Liqueur Waterford drinks company going from strength to strength


t has been a good year for the producers of Muldoons Irish Whiskey Liqueur. The business

is growing from strength to strength. Their gin, Thin Gin, is officially the best Gin in Ireland, the Whiskey Liqueur has picked up an international award AND they are just about to release a brand new product, a spiced Rum. The Irish Rum is Spike Island Spiced Rum and is due for release this Autumn. Speaking about their most recent award

Nichola Beresford from Anchor Spirits Ireland says the competition was tough. “We were up against many of the world’s finest liqueurs and our product was awarded a silver medal in its category. Muldoon

already holds a gold medal from the prestigious Irish Whiskey Awards and a Blas na hEireann accolade, the country’s biggest competition for quality Irish produce.” Muldoon Irish Whiskey Liqueur is a premium spirit made from genuine Irish

whiskey coupled with traditional

Irish toffee and hazelnut flavours. Muldoon is available in all good

independent off licences and selected Supervalu stores in Ireland. Also watch out for the Thin Gin Music Stage at this year’s Harvest Festival and the new Spike Island Irish Rum which will be available to purchase soon.

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Genzyme Waterford now to be known as Sanofi – but jobs are safe G

enzyme Waterford, which has been in operation since 2001 and which employs 630 people, will now be

known as Sanofi Waterford, which will more accurately reflect the site’s alignment within the global organisation and the pipeline of new product introductions planned for Waterford in the coming period. There are currently more than 630 people employed at the Waterford facility which has seen over €600m invested in infrastructure projects over the last 15 years. From Waterford, key products in the Sanofi portfolio are supplied to patients in more than 70 countries worldwide. These include a suite of Sanofi Genzyme products for people with rare diseases. An ongoing site expansion project is bringing the first Sanofi diabetes products and medical devices to Waterford. This growth is creating additional employment opportunities with Sanofi Waterford recruiting a range of engineering and quality professionals. Ruth Beadle, Site Head at Sanofi Waterford

says “We are very mindful of the affinity that Waterford has developed for Genzyme over the last 15 years and the support we have had from the external community is something that we value and look forward

to seeing continue as Sanofi Waterford. Our dedicated professional team at Waterford continues to grow as the site seizes the opportunities that arise as part of a large global organisation.”


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