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Athlone mushroom producer achieves at national Bord Bia awards ceremony

Athlone based horticulture enterprise Reilly Mushrooms received national recognition for their productive endeavours at the Bord Bia Origin Green Farmer Awards, which were held at the Heritage Hotel in Killenard.

National recognition for Athlone based horticultural enterprise

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Athlone based mushroom producers, Mary and Gerard Reilly of Reilly Mushrooms, have been shortlisted for Bord Bia’s Origin Green Farmer awards. The biennial awards recognise and reward the exceptional performance being achieved by members of its Sustainable Quality Assurance schemes for horticulture, beef and dairy.

Mayo Farm Family wins the first National Farming for Nature Award

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The Calvey Family from Keel has become the inaugural winners of the National Farming for Nature Award 2018.

Galwaywoman appointed as director of markets at Bord Bia

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Bord Bia, Ireland’s food board, has appointed Moycullen native Ailish Forde as Director of Markets where she will implement Bord Bia’s new Plan to Grow framework across all overseas markets. Previously, Ms Forde led the food and beverage division as Food and Beverage Strategy and Planning Director.

NUIG to host Government’s ‘Getting Ireland Brexit Ready’ event

Minister for Community Development, Natural Resources, and Digital Development, Sean Kyne, has encouraged people, business-owners, and representatives from community organisations to attend the ‘Getting Ireland Brexit Ready’ event in NUIG tomorrow.

Chickpea and Potato Masala

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A filling and tasty recipe from Bord Bia of a healthy,vegetarian chickpea and potato masala that is a real crowd pleaser.

Pip & Pear treats come to a Tesco near you

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Ireland’s much loved and home grown chilled baby food, Pip & Pear, is thrilled to announce they have gone nationwide and are now available in 112 Tesco stores across Ireland as well as online through Tesco.ie.

New research shows survival rates of Irish restaurants much higher than perceived

A new study by researchers from Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) shows that the average failure rate for Irish restaurants in the first year is just 15 per cent.

SeaFest 2018 will boost Galway business by €2million a day

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The Seafest event, Ireland’s largest maritime festival will boost the Galway economy by more than €2million per day of its’ there day run from June 29 to July 1.

Applications sought for Grow programme

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Applications are being sought from Westmeath’s small to medium Irish food and drink producers for the new ‘Grow with Aldi’ supplier development programme.

 

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