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Dublin City, Co. Dublin
Morton's in Dublin City offers the freshest in fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, their kitchen and deli offerings, along with their fine wine and cheese. With a wealth of products both everyday and luxury customers are sure to find exactly what they want.

The Morton name first appeared above its shop in Dunville Avenue in Ranelagh in the 1930’s, and has for three generations provided the best in fresh food. The reputation and tradition as an interesting shop continues to this day with a range of food to delight you.

Their range of Fruit and Vegetables are simply the freshest available, and includes a wide range of organic produce from Irish Growers. All their meats are Irish born and reared, this includes beef, lamb, pork and poultry. The Organic range includes beef, lamb, bacon and sausages as well as chicken and turkeys. A cheese selection includes the best of Irish farmhouse cheeses and a selection from regions of Europe.

There are now two branches of Morton's in Dublin City. The original shop in Ranelagh and one on Hatch Street in Dublin City Centre.

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Station Building, Hatch Street Upper, Saint Kevin's, Dublin, D02 RK02, Ireland
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