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SuperValu, the leading Irish grocery retailer, sells more Bord Bia approved meat than any other retailer, according to the latest Kantar Market Data. The figures show that SuperValu outperformed all competitors, selling over 41,000 tonnes of Irish sourced Bord Bia approved fresh meat in the 52 weeks to June 22.
Hughes’ Londis Plus in Mountbellew has established a long tradition of excellence in terms of customer service and a dedication to the local community.
With nearly 41 years on the clock, Tesco Galway has been given a new lease of life thanks to a €2 million refit investment, transforming it into a far more economical and environmentally friendly store as well as ensuring customers have an enjoyable shopping experience.
Long-standing bans on Irish beef and sheep meat in six Gulf states are to be lifted by the Food Safety Committee of the Gulf Cooperation Council.
Two Galwegians were among the prize winners at the annual staff culinary competition organised by food and facilities management providers, Sodexo.
The Kinvara Farmers Market opens tomorrow in the garden behind Johnston’s Hall, Main Street, and will be open every Friday from 10am to 2pm until the end of October.
Athlone-based nutritional consultants Lynda McFarland and Cathriona Hodgins will host a ‘Food for the Brain’ seminar and cookery demo dealing with nutrition and brain function on Wednesday May 26 at 7pm in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel.
Late last year McGrath butchers in Plunkett Avenue, Mervue was destroyed by fire and as it was near Christmas they knuckled down to get it refurbished and ready for the big Christmas trade, a good plan you might say. However all the good work was destroyed when another fire broke out and gutted the shop once more.
When the sun finally reappears for the summer, we can’t help being so overjoyed that we want to spend every possible second lapping it up.
While celebrating a communion or confirmation in the coming weeks, make sure to treat all the family to a delicious feast of locally sourced food from Ryan’s Food Emporium located on the Main Street in picturesque Cong.