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Small or start-up food and drink businesses in Kilkenny could be in with a chance to win a prize worth €25,000 in a new food innovation award.
Savour Kilkenny has launched its fourth annual food festival, which is due to take place this October Bank Holiday weekend.
Mullingar’s Cllr Ken Glynn is encouraging local food businesses to apply for funding under the Innovation Voucher scheme announced recently for small companies in the food sector.
The wonderful space of Kilkenny’s Parade will be used to build a tented village as part of this year’s Savour Kilkenny food festival which takes place on the October bank holiday weekend.
A local food producer has scooped one of the most acclaimed awards in the food industry, an Irish Food Writers’ Guild Award.
IFA president Padraig Walsh has received categorical assurances that the Single Farm Payment will not be touched irrespective of what happens during the WTO talks.
At a time when the role of food production had re-emerged as vital to national and EU objectives it was incongruous to see the Irish Exporters Association attempting to diminish the economic value of Irish agriculture in the context of WTO negotiations.
Mary Hilda Cavanagh can see Galmoy Mine from her kitchen window and so when she talks about the repercussions of its closure for her close-knit community - she knows what she is talking about.
Elaine Farrell has been elected the first woman president in the 66-year history of the Agricultural Science Association (ASA). She takes over from Athenry-based Teagasc man Gerry Scully whose term of office ended at the association's national conference in Galway in mid-September.
In this week’s article we will look at the organisations providing support to entrepreneurs in the process of setting up a business. These groups can provide guidance and support to entrepreneurs from the conception of a new business through to its realisation.