A leader in the supply of quality Irish beef products
Ashbourne Meat Processors have been exporting premium chilled Irish beef products to international markets since 1985. Our loyal farming partners supply the best possible grass fed cattle to our facility in the heart of Ireland each week. The company has forged strong relationships with farmers throughout Ireland who trust in our Animal Welfare Standards and our commitment to paying top prices without delay for their staff.
Our commitment over the last three decades has seen our business continue to expand, through our dedicated expertise and knowledge passed down from one generation to another.
Ashbourne Meat Processors employ nearly 200 people and operates from two facilities located in Ireland. Slaughtering and cold-storage facilities in Roscrea with deboning and cold storage facilities in Naas.
Our commitment to Quality & Service
Bord Bia - The Irish Food Board - administer and monitor our beef processing ensuring the highest standards throughout production. Bord Bia aims to have all schemes accredited to international norms, specifically EN45011.
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) first introduced its Global Standard for Food Safety in 1998. Today the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety has almost 16,000 certified sites in over 100 countries world-wide. Ashbourne Meats are a BRC certified site in Ireland.
EFSIS provides retailers, manufacturers, farmers and caterers throughout the world with expert inspection and certification of their operations, to ensure only the highest standards are maintained. Standards which Ashbourne Meats are proud to adhere to.
Food Chain Information Form
Required Food Chain form for herd suppliers to Ashbourne Meats
Quality Based Pricing Grid
Quality based Pricing Grid for Steers and Heifers
In 2021 Ashbourne Meats were awarded a Gold medal for our grass fed rib eye steak having previously received Gold and Silver medals for our sirloin in 2019.
Naas, January 2018
Ashbourne Meats in conjunction with the Limousin Society hold a recurring Carcass Competition. This competition is very well supported with more than 300 cattle in 2018.