Spice Devils has won its fifth award for the year in the Start-up/New Business Category of the inaugural South Dublin County Business Awards 2016, held at the Citywest Hotel in Dublin on the 21st of October hosted by South Dublin Chamber.
The awards were presented by the Mayor of South Dublin, Mr Guss O’Connell, at a gala night also attended by An Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality, Frances Fitzgerald, T.D.
Shakeel Jeeroburkan, founder of Spice Devils, who collected the award, said: “We were thrilled to win our fifth award for the year, which clearly demonstrate that we are doing something great. We are currently supplying SuperValu stores, but there is also plan to export our multi award winning products too. A market has already been identified and we are expecting the first export orders to be finalised before end of the year.”
Spice Devils produces 100% natural, salt/sugar and gluten free Mauritian-inspired spice blends which are currently being retailed in over 30 SuperValu stores across Leinster, through the Food Academy programme in conjunction with Bord Bia and with the support of the Local Enterprise Office South Dublin.
The Business Awards were organised by South Dublin Chamber and sponsored by South Dublin County Council and Google. Among others, the awards are designed to celebrate companies who have gone above and beyond to address their own competitive interests and the interests of the community in the Dublin South County area.