Tommy Moloney's Meats Signs Distribution Agreement with J. Kings

NEW YORK (January 19, 2012 - PRNewswire)—Tommy Moloney's Meats, the largest importer and producer of Irish meat products in the United States, has signed a major new distribution agreement with J. Kings Foodservice, the largest independent food products distributor in the New York Metro area.

To launch the new distribution accord, the companies will host a Culinary Spectacular at The Manhattan Club @ Rosie O'Grady's in New York City on Wednesday, January 25, 2012. The event will run from 10:00am to 5:00pm.

Several hundred representatives from tri-State foodservice establishments are expected to attend, including from the area's hundreds of hotels, grills, catering establishments, Irish restaurants, bars and other foodservice outlets.

The company has a separate distribution arrangement for its extensive product lines to retail supermarket chains throughout the United States and Canada including ShopRite, Stop'nShop, Loblaws and many others.

Located in Holtsville on Long Island, J. Kings Foodservice is aggressively seeking to grow its business with independent pubs, restaurants, hotels, delicatessens and bagel stores in the New York Metro area. In business since 1974, "For over twenty years, we've been coming into New York City to serve our customers from the Waldorf Astoria to Carnegie Deli. We've built our reputation by delivering complete orders on time at a fair price," says John King, Founder and Chief Customer Officer at J. Kings.

Tommy Moloney's line of authentic Irish meat products are carefully handcrafted with special attention to the authenticity of Tommy Moloney's original Irish recipes. It is the only manufacturer in the United States that imports traditional Irish spices and uses favorite Irish recipes to replicate the classic taste of true Irish meats.

Bill Colbert, President of New York-based Tommy Moloney's, says, "Great Irish food products demand outstanding recipes. Tommy Moloney's is the only company in the United States that imports traditional Irish spices and uses age-old, secret Irish recipes passed from generation to generation in making products that recreate a classic taste of Ireland. We are also the only company in America that imports authentic Irish meat products. Now, in this exciting expansion of our business, we have partnered with the largest independent foodservice distributor in the New York area to broaden the availability of our product range to the widest possible number of delicatessens, restaurants, hotels, bars, bistros, catering venues and other foodservice outlets in the five boroughs of New York City and suburbs."

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