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Food On The Edge 2019, which took place in Galway this week, saw more than 600 people attend to hear from some 50 of the world's best chefs and experience some of the best in Irish produce in the artisan food village.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) are reminding caterers and restaurants of the dangers of not cooking minced beef burgers thoroughly to remove harmful bacteria.
Funding of more than €640,000 has been allocated to Westmeath through the Town and Village Renewal Scheme.
Galway county food producers and NUI Galway have joined forces to promote the local artisan food sector for Galway’s European Region of Gastronomy 2018 designation.
MayoNorth.ie and Ballina Chamber are hosting a food tourism seminar in the Great National Hotel Ballina, on Tuesday March 28 at 9.30am, and are inviting all types of food businesses in Mayo and west Sligo to attend. The seminar and networking event, proudly supported by Michael Carr Foods, Ballina Chamber, Bunzl McLaughlin and the Great National Hotel Ballina is part of a drive to highlight and develop the food offering locally, and to emphasise the significant value to the hospitality and food industries of food tourism, and the importance of using local ingredients to convey a sense of “place on a plate”, by offering fresh, locally sourced, seasonal food. Recent research conducted on behalf of Failte Ireland showed that holidaymakers in Ireland spend close to €2 billion annually on food and drink during their stay.
Loughrea based mother-of-seven is going from strength to strength. Although just over nine months in business, products from the Galway Food Company are now being stocked in 220 stores nationwide.
Mary Daly, Managing Director of the Food Safety Company has announced the further expansion of The Food Safety Company to the West of Ireland.
A new, online and mobile compatible tool has been developed by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland to assist Ireland’s 22,000 food service businesses identify and manage allergens in the food they serve.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland this week reported that two closure orders were issued against restaurants in Mayo during the month of August.