Welcome to Betco Marketing

Betco marketing Ltd was founded in 1991. Initially acting as Cerestar’s sole agent in Ireland. Now, with over twenty years experience,we have established ourselves firmly in the Irish starchy market. In 2002 Cerestar was acquired by Cargill. This enabled us to broaden our horizons and in 2010 we became a distributor for Cargill as well as being their agent. In 2011, Cargill acquired Royal Nedalco, as a result we now supply alcohol (ethanol) to the pharmaceutical, beverage and industrial markets within Ireland.

Today, whether it be a tanker load of glucose or a 25kg bag of starch or indeed a full container of dextrose, we organise it with the same skill and dedication that two decades of experience has imparted to the team in Cork. We stock a variety of products such as; maltodextrin, sorbitol and spray dried glucose, amongst other products commonly in demand,in our Dublin warehouse.

Betco’s activities cover the whole island of Ireland,from corrugating to confectionery, from plasterboard to paracetamol tablets, from biscuits to building chemicals, Betco is active in forging a very strong position in the Irish marketplace, proving themselves and indeed Cargill as serious players in raw material supply.

Betco have always taken a proactive approach with their customers. From our inception we adopted the motto “service a priority” and to this day it remains our guiding principle.

Latest news

Five reasons why you should set up business in Cork City

Posted on: 18-10-2018

Traditionally Cork may have been overlooked as an innovative place to do business as many would have favoured Dublin as their first choice due to the large talent pool and location. However, with the evolution of the city and the growth of the workforce, Cork City is quickly becoming the newest hotspot for start-ups and business expansion. 

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Irish food firms fear the hard Brexit inevitability

Posted on: 13-09-2018

After slumping in recent days, sterling was uplifted by the fresh wave of Brexit optimism, after comments of the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, that a deal was a “realistic” prospect by early November.

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Gin craze takes off as sales of Irish whiskey also soar

Posted on: 31-08-2018

Raised spirits as new figures show continued drinks growth, but warning of threats

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