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Primary food producer, Gannet Fishmongers and EatMoreFish.ie will be operational at Galway Market this weekend. In line with public recommendations, the company which has been on this very market for 15 years are implementing a number of steps to lower potential risks factors at their shop and markets.
Tourism Northern Ireland has announced that 2016 will be the Year of Food and has promised an action-packed menu of tasty treats for visitors from the Republic of Ireland to look forward to.
A record 70,000 visitors attended the third Galway Food Festival during the Easter weekend to delight in food tastes from the west.
The Galway Food Festival is about getting behind local producers and making the west of Ireland a real food destination, says Jessica Murphy of Kai Cafe and Restaurant who will be one of the many exhibitors during the much-anticipated bank holiday foodie event.
Two of Galway’s best known restaurateurs have been chosen as food champions to represent the west of Ireland as part of a food tourism delegation due to visit Canada next month.
Following on from the huge success of the local food producers tent at last year’s Athlone Agri Show, this year’s committee are delighted to announce the expansion of the Made in the Midlands Food Village at this year’s show, which takes place on Sunday June 24 in Moydrum.
Good Food Ireland calls on the Irish public if eating out or holidaying this Christmas to eat in restaurants and stay in hotels that are committed to using Irish food.
Thousands of Galway’s consumers are making last minute preparations for their Christmas shopping. With this in mind, Agri Aware today launched a consumer campaign encouraging the public to source local Irish produce and support over 250,000 people employed in the agri-food industry.
Galway’s leading artisan food producers are joining forces to promote local produce with a special Féasta Bia celebration weekend this weekend.
Two Galway farmers’ markets have been awarded the Farmers’ Market Good Practice Standard for 2011 to 2013. The markets, in Moycullen and Roundstone, were among seven around the country which received the standard from Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Simon Coveney this week.