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The hotel and catering trade in Mayo has found a new advocate in industry consultancy company Hospitality West. The training and consultancy company which also offers customers and candidates a fully licensed recruitment agency specific to the trade has been full steam ahead since its inception into the sector late last year. According to its founder Mark Quinn, the tourism industry here is gearing up for a busy season. “We are busy this time of year with establishments getting ready for the spring season which will kick off in a month or so. A lot of places are looking for staff much earlier so that they have a good team ready to meet the demand of the Easter break,” explained Mr Quinn
Ford Ireland has provided a new Transit van to help with the valuable work of the Bia Ford Initiative.
A new training programme to provide start up assistance to small food businesses has been launched in Galway.
A free seminar to help Galwegians starting up a small food business will be held in Galway on May 28.
Growing Galway Food is inviting small food producers as well as retail and hospitality food buyers to participate in an online survey of food production in Galway as part of its aims to develop a county wide strategy for food in Galway, to contribute to the future development of the sector by fostering cooperation and cohesion amongst food producers and to build relationships between food producers and buyers in the retail, catering and hospitality sectors.
A closure order was served on a Monksland food distribution business in November this year but was lifted after a week.
Local food producers in Galway have been awarded top honours at this year’s prestigious and hugely-acclaimed Blas na hEireann Irish Food Awards, which were hosted this in Dingle, Co. Kerry over the weekend.
Jacinta Dalton, a lecturer in the GMIT College of Tourism and Arts, has been selected by Fáilte Ireland as one of eight new influential food tourism ambassadors, or Food Champions, under the Food Tourism Network Development Programme.
A closure order was served on a restaurant in Kiltimagh during April according to a report from the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI). The enforcement order was issued by environmental health officers in the HSE on New Jasmine House (restaurant), Aiden Street, Kiltimagh on April 23.
A bar in Galway city centre was among the premises served with closure orders for breaches of food safety legislation last month, the Food Safety Authority of Ireland announced this week.