Fifteen new jobs for Tallaght Supermac’s

By William O'Connor

Fifteen new jobs have been created with the opening of the country’s newest Supermac’s in Tallaght at Belgard Square.

The new outlet will include a Supermac’s restaurant and a Papa John’s Pizza takeaway. The outlet is located beside The Square.

Spermacs Tallaght Exterior compressor

Supermac’s is committed to buying Irish

The announcement of the new outlet was made by Supermac’s owner and MD, Pat McDonagh, who also announced that the company spent €40 million on Irish produce in 2019. Work started on the site a number of weeks ago and it opened last weekend.

Supermac’s is Ireland’s largest indigenous quick-service restaurant chain.

“The difference is our commitment to Irish produce,” Mr McDonagh said.

“Since we introduced our Fresh Range of Beef and Chicken products, customers have indicated that quality, taste and traceability are key factors when they are choosing their food.

“We work hard to let them know that our beef and chicken comes from Irish farms and supports Irish farm families. We still have some of the same suppliers we had 35 years ago and that depth of relationship and the trust built up over the years is key to the success of our Fresh Range.

“It means that when a customer comes to the Supermac’s counter, they know that the Grilled Chicken Sandwich they order is fresh and never frozen, 100 per cent Irish chicken that comes from Irish farmers.

Our chicken is the best in the business and the main reason for that is because it’s fresh and it’s Irish,” he said. “There is absolutely no doubt that you can taste the difference.”

“Frozen meat loses moisture and when you lose moisture you lose flavour. That’s why fresh never frozen is so important and why all our Fresh Range is cooked to order.

We are over 40 years in business and since we started in Ballinasloe in 1978 we have always looked to local suppliers wherever possible, be that for farm produce or construction materials,” Mr McDonagh said.

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