The Lismore Food Company are delighted to announce the launch of their fine biscuits and confections in Japan and China. The launch sees the company extend its reach to two of the world’s biggest and fastest growing markets.
Japan’s luxury department store group, Takashimaya, have listed Lismore’s award winning Dark Chocolate Apple Crisp Thins and the companies fine sweet and savoury biscuits are available on China’s enormous ‘Super Community Mall’ WeChat online platform where consumers purchase goods online and have them delivered within the hour.
Ken Madden, co-founder of the Lismore Food Company, said: “It’s a huge opportunity for our company to have a presence in these two great markets. As a young company we aim to build and develop our premium brand in the international arena.”
Beth-Ann Smith is also a co-founder of the company and is a Ballymaloe trained chef. She is very excited for the future of The Lismore Food Company …
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