Recognition given to Finnebrogue colleagues who have given more than 10 years service

At Finnebrogue, we take immense pride in our people, who are the backbone of our success. This month (December 2023) we invited 22 exceptional colleagues and their families to join together in celebrating their long service to Finnebrogue. Our first Finnebrogue Long Service Awards recognise and celebrate those colleagues who have devoted more than ten […]

Jimmy’s 10k names Finnebrogue as 2024 sponsor

Jimmy’s 10k, organised by East Down Athletics Club and sponsored by Finnebrogue, is back on the streets of Downpatrick on Sunday 10th March 2024 with a 10.30am start. Eight hundred runners and their families are expected in Downpatrick on the day – bringing much needed footfall to the county town of Down following its recent […]

Celebrating success at Finnebrogue

Prize giving at Finnebrogue November 2023

There’s no better feeling than celebrating success. There are many entry levels to working at Finnebrogue, and all roles include the support of our learning and development team. We continue to invest in our people because we want them to be the best they can be. This week we recognised the achievements of 45 colleagues […]

Finnebrogue returns to its roots with rebrand

Finnebrogue logo

Northern Irish food producer Finnebrogue has announced a return to its roots with a brand refresh rolling out this September.  The new brand, including a new company logo, harks back to where the County Down food business started – in the rolling hills of the Finnebrogue Estate – and where it continues to call home. […]

Finnebrogue creates world’s first “cancer-free” Frankfurter

Naked Frankfurter Sausages

Boffins at Finnebrogue beat Germans in race for world’s first “cancer-free” Frankfurter – just in time for Oktoberfest British food boffins have beaten their German counterparts in a race to produce the world’s first frankfurter to be made without cancer-causing chemicals. The frankfurter, Germany’s favourite sausage, is traditionally packed full of nitrites, which the World Health Organisation says cause bowel […]