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Tulip snaps up Castellano’s Charcuterie

November 12, 2014
Food & Drink
Tulip has bought Castellano’s Charcuterie, the award winning, Bristol-based, charcuterie business from owner, Vincent Castellano in a move that will boost its reach into retail, deli and foodservice sectors.
 
> Read the full article on the Food Manufacture website
 
By Rod Addy
 

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