It boasts one of the largest, single-site abattoirs in Ireland and, with other sites in Carlow, and Galway, slaughters up to 155,000 cattle per annum.
Liffey Meats prides itself on adhering to strict quality policies and expanding its range of value-added products, providing convenience-led solutions
for retail and foodservice. Over the last 100 years, the company evolved from a traditional family butchery to become one of Ireland's leading beef
processors, maintaining its ethos of customer satisfaction. Liffey Meats' convenience unit manufactures a range of reformed, portion-controlled and
pre-packed products, including value-added products for own-label and private-label retailers and foodservice customers across Europe. Its convenience
foods include: hamburgers, grill steaks and retail-packed fresh meat. Liffey Meats' brand, Sheelin, is a premium-quality meat named after a local area
of natural beauty. Liffey Meats says it has invested heavily in convenience food R&D, not only in meat technology but also in increasing packaging
sophistication and long-life products. Its development team is ready to work with customers to bring to market products that meet consumer demands.
Established in 1974, today the company employs 150 people and operates a fully integrated slaughtering and
deboning facility for prime beef and lamb that is British Retail Consortium (BRC) and Meat Processor Quality
Assurance Scheme (MPQAS) approved. It has a capacity to slaughter 2,000 cattle, and debone 500 tonnes of
beef per week. Located in the heart of Ireland's beef-producing region, Moyvalley Meats has a loyal and long-
established supplier base, which, it says, guarantees the best and most suitable cattle supply all year round.
The company produces and distributes a wide range of quality meat products for some of the most discerning
customers around the world, with export markets in Northern Ireland, the UK, Europe, Asia and Africa. The full
range of beef products available in both chilled and frozen include vac-packed primals, manufacturing beef and
beef offal. It also produces fresh, whole lamb.