Galway’s Clean Cut Meals crowned the Best Start-Up Business in Ireland

Galway Daily news Clean Cut Meals crowned Best Start-Up Business in Ireland

Galway’s homegrown deliverers of healthy food Clean Cuts Meals have been named the Best Start-Up Business in Ireland at the 2019 National Enterprise Awards.

Founded in Clarinbridge in 2015 by two friends, Conor McCallion and Michéal Dyer, Clean Cut Meals creates creates and cooks healthy meal plans designed specifically to meet their customer’s needs.

Whether you’re trying to slim down, build some muscle mass, or just stay lean, they will create a menu of delicious, healthy meals for individuals and deliver them right to your doorstep.

In 2017 they were the winners of the Best Established Business award at Ireland Best Young Entrepreneur Awards.

Now, having delivered over 750,000 healthy meals to customers around Ireland, Clean Cut Meals is continuing to grow with a present staff of 14.

2020 is going to be a huge milestone for the Clarinbridge company as the make their move into the US market.

The grand finals of the National Enterprise Awards took place at the Mansion House in Dublin on Wednesday night.

Presenting the awards on stage Minister Pat Breen paid tribute to all the winners at this year’s competition.

“Their drive, determination and passion for building successful businesses and creating local jobs is what this competition is all about.”

“This year’s winners, like all those in previous years, represent the backbone of Ireland’s enterprise success and contribute hugely to the economic vibrancy of their respective regions.”

The overall winner was Pestle & Mortar, a global skincare company based out of Kildare.

This is the second year in a row that a Kildare company has taken home the crowing prize at the National Enterprise Awards following on from Terra NutriTech of Athy last year.

The Best Export Business award went to Kilkenny-based Mechanical Modular Solutions, while Cavan based ice-cream manufacturer, Ice Cream Treats, won the ‘Innovation’ award this year.