It wants to renovate its four cafes in Dublin as well as buy new ovens
Broderick Brothers has come a long way since 'The Apprentice'
Broderick Brothers is now selling its ‘grab & go’ cake bars which appeared on the Irish Apprentice in 2010 in 14 different countries and is to showcase them at Catex this month.
Broderick Brothers was founded by brothers Barry and Bernard Broderick in their mother Ina’s kitchen and it now employs around 40 people in Walkinstown, Dublin.
The company is a guest of Henderson Foodservice from Northern Ireland at the exhibition in the RDS from 19 to 21 February.
During the event, Henderson Foodservice will be serving up food choices from Country Range.
Since joining the Country Range Group in 2011, Henderson Foodservice is now the sole supplier of more than 700 of its products to over 4,000 customers throughout Ireland.
Henderson Foodservice will also be platforming The Coffee Porter, a new coffee solution from beans to machines to accessories and service.
Damien Barrett, managing director of Henderson Foodservice said: “Going to Catex for the first time demonstrates our commitment to the Irish market. It also highlights our on-going investment in our services and sales team, who work with and develop our customers’ businesses.”