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“The man who was Wreck-it Ralph just phoned and he’ll ring back in 10 minutes” hollered my excited daughter through the living room window that she had expressly opened for hollering purposes.
COMEDIAN TOMIE James used to eat whatever he wanted and laughed at people on diets. Then he was diagnosed with a food allergy.
One of the most recognisable brands in Ireland is changing its name. Galway owned Supermac’s has announced this morning that its 100 plus restaurants will now change their name to McDonagh's.
“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.” - JRR Tolkien.
Four SuperValu stores in Westmeath: Buckley’s SuperValu Moate and Mullingar, Smith’s SuperValu Monksland, and Fennell’s SuperValu Kinnegad were recently presented with the Supreme Excellence Ireland Quality Award by Martin Kelleher, managing director, SuperValu and Irene Collins, managing director, Excellence Ireland Quality Association (EIQA) at the 2014 SuperValu Quality Awards ceremony held in Killarney.
PROBABLE European Parliament candidate for this region Mairead McGuinness MEP has called on the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton to look at the experience in the UK of tackling unfair practices in the food supply chain and take similar action in Ireland.
A mandatory blood test could be the answer to saving the Galway County Council more than €200,000 per year and the State millions of euro in costs for the disposal of abandoned horses as well as improving the country’s reputation for safe food for export, that is according to Galway senator Fidelma Healy Eames.
It costs Galway County Council €350 each time animal welfare staff round up a horse, according to officials who confirmed this week that funding for the control of horses has been reduced significantly, putting even extra pressure on an already strained service.
Galway county councillors this week questioned the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) over why Irish processors have not been prosecuted over the horse meat scandal when farmers are penalised regularly for not following regulations or failing inspections.
Fast food chain McDonald's is to create 700 new jobs in Ireland over the next three years in a €20 million investment. Ballina has been selected as one location for one of 12 new restaurants to be opened throughout the country.