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Glens of Antrim Potatoes boss: ‘A potato is what it is, but crisps have so much more growth potential’

Glens of Antrim Potatoes may be operating in its most testing climate yet but business is on the up, Mary McKillop tells Emma Deighan

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Success: Glens of Antrim Potatoes director Mary McKillop pictured at their factory in Cushendall

Success: Glens of Antrim Potatoes director Mary McKillop pictured at their factory in Cushendall

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Development: Mary McKillop with some of the products made at the factory

Development: Mary McKillop with some of the products made at the factory

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Mary McKillop

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Success: Glens of Antrim Potatoes director Mary McKillop pictured at their factory in Cushendall

Glens of Antrim Potatoes is marking its 50th anniversary this year and while the backdrop to those celebrations may be its most challenging yet, director Mary McKillop says its future is full of potential.

Glens of Antrim Potatoes was set up in 1972 by Charlie and Kathleen McKillop on a family farm in Cushendall.


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