Belfast Telegraph

Monday 22 September 2014

Franchise award for frying squad

A NORTHERN Ireland commercial deep fat frying company has scooped an award in the National Irish Franchise Awards in Dublin. PuriFry Fryer Management Service won the best emerging franchise at the awards attended by Irish Minister for Small Business, John Perry TD. Carey Baxter , founder of Hillsborough-based Purifry, said the award recognised "the hard work by everyone involved in establishing and developing our business model across Ireland". The business provides a filtration and cleaning service for commercial deep fat fryers for contract caterers and has been expanding across Ireland through its franchise network.

A NORTHERN Ireland commercial deep fat frying company has scooped an award in the National Irish Franchise Awards in Dublin. PuriFry Fryer Management Service won the best emerging franchise at the awards attended by Irish Minister for Small Business, John Perry TD. Carey Baxter , founder of Hillsborough-based Purifry, said the award recognised "the hard work by everyone involved in establishing and developing our business model across Ireland". The business provides a filtration and cleaning service for commercial deep fat fryers for contract caterers and has been expanding across Ireland through its franchise network.

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