We are a family firm with strong values, bold ideas and a good track record for balancing profitability with doing the right thing

Market leading brands

Today with our retail and wholesale brands we make it possible for communities to thrive, for entrepreneurs to succeed and for people to access quality, healthy and inspiring food.

Supporting local enterprise

SuperValu retailerMusgrave delivers the sourcing, sales, marketing and supply chain expertise so local entrepreneurs can go head-to-head with the international supermarket chains.

As a family-owned business, we support thousands of other family businesses and their local communities in Ireland, Northern Ireland and Spain.

Different and better business

SuperValu butcherWhat makes us different is a team of extraordinary retailers, great grocery brands that are online and around the corner and colleagues who invest in our business because we invest in them.

Supporting local employment

Together with our retail partners, we employ over 45,000 people – 35,000 in ROI alone, making us the largest private sector employer in Ireland.

Centra barista

Investing for the long-term

As we celebrate 140 years in business, we are planning for the next 140. Evolving the Musgrave brand is part of our DNA – we’ve done it since 1876. As a leader, what drives us is the ambition to build a better future.

Our ambition is to build a stronger more diverse Musgrave that delivers sustainable returns for all. We aim to develop new business through applying our existing skill sets to new areas. This might mean extending our existing brands into complementary products and services. It is also about diversifying our business to extend our reach through new ventures.

Our values

Values

Our Board

Peter Lacy

Peter Lacy

Chairman

Chris Martin

Chris Martin

Group CEO

Board of Musgrave
Martin Kelleher

Martin Kelleher

Managing Director, SuperValu and Centra in the Republic of Ireland

Noel Keeley

Noel Keeley

Managing Director, Musgrave Wholesale Partners

Tim Kenny

Tim Kenny

Group Finance and Business Development Director

Sharon Buckley

Sharon Buckley

Group Commercial and Supply Chain Director

Chris Musgrave

Chris Musgrave

Non-Executive Director

William Mackeown

William Mackeown

Non-Executive Director

Nicky Hartery

Nicky Hartery

Non-Executive Director

Brian Flanagan

Brian Flanagan

Non-Executive Director

Roisin Brennan

Roisin Brennan

Non-Executive Director

Did you know?

We make it possible for communities to thrive, for entrepreneurs to succeed and for people to access quality, healthy and inspiring food

Did you know?

We are champions of food leadership, offering a range of locally produced food and encouraging healthy and nutritious choices. We move fast, responding to the changing needs of customers

Did you know?

We think for the long-term and we are committed to enterprise that has the potential for financial growth and to positively impact everyday lives

Latest news

Musgrave wins at World Steak Challenge!

The 3rd World Steak Challenge took place recently in London at which SuperValu was awarded Silver for Signature Tastes Hereford Fillet Steak. This followed on from SuperValu successfully achieving Bronze at the event last year. A record number of entries included 120 products from 17 countries represented by 25 breeds making it a truly international […]

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SuperValu to sell €32 million of home grown Irish potatoes in 2017

SuperValu, the leading Irish grocery retailer, has today announced that it expects to sell €32 million in home grown Irish potatoes this season. Our new season potatoes are grown by Wexford brothers, John and Chris Fortune, second generation farmers based in Kilmore, Co. Wexford. As long-standing suppliers to SuperValu for the last 15 years, the Fortune […]

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Musgrave puts cyclists on the spot for safety

Teams of Musgrave drivers gave their time to assist with a recent HGV road safety awareness event in Limerick in collaboration with Limerick Smarter Travel, Limerick City and County Council Limerick Gardai and Musgrave, and was aimed at reducing incidences of collisions between cyclists and lorries or buses. Musgrave sent a Centra lorry to the […]

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