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Dublin Meat Company Donates 1,500 Meals To Frontline Staff

By Donna Ahern
Dublin Meat Company Donates 1,500 Meals To Frontline Staff

Dublin Meat Company has donated over 1,500 Fit Food Ready Meals free of charge to our frontline staff since the COVID-19 began.

The Irish owned and family run craft butchers said that the public can also donate it's healthy meals and snack offerings and 100% of all proceeds will go to the frontline staff.

Healthy Vending Machines

In February this year, Dublin Meat Company launched a new vending machine with it's Fit Food Ready Meals.

The range comes in 11 flavours, are clean, macro friendly, low calorie and MSG-free, and are microwaveable in four minutes.


Nine of the options are gluten-free, and the meals are made exclusively for Dublin Meat Company.

Fit Food vending machines are currently being used in Ryanair offices, Beaumont Hospital, and in St Michael’s School in Ballsbridge, as well as in Salesforce offices.

In order to donate three meals at the cost of €10 visit here.

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