Molloy’s Bakery is a family run business now in their fourth generation priding themselves in the production of top quality bread and cakes. Baking began at Main Street, Roscommon in 1922 when James Molloy, grandfather of current proprietor Declan, returned to Ireland from America. Since then, the company has expanded from batch loaves to a range of over 150 products.

Molloy’s Bakery is based in separate locations in Roscommon town. A custom built bakery producing a range of bread and cakes, with a coffee shop and fine food store, and then the Honest gluten-free bakery at a separate site.


Key Sustainability Commitments

Raw Materials Sourcing

The company source raw materials from suppliers within Ireland and develop sustainability initiatives with their suppliers.


Manufacturing Processes

The company has developed energy and water targets that include the removal of a second water meter, replacing their current fluorescent lighting, and obtaining a new oven with improved insulation.


Social Sustainability

The company are active members within the local community in all areas. Specifically, they are members of Meals on Wheels, sponsor of the Junior Baker of the Year and gift the local prison with bread for visitors.

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