Embracing sustainability ‘could help Irish food’s bottom line’
Paul Finnerty, a former senior executive at beef baron Larry Goodman’s ABP Group, says reducing carbon emisions could provide the sector wih a ‘huge opportunity’
Reducing carbon emissions in Irish agriculture and embracing the sustainability agenda could be a significant market opportunity for Irish food, the former chief executive of Ireland’s largest beef company has said.
“I think the sustainability agenda presents a huge opportunity for the Irish agri-food sector,” Paul Finnerty, who is the co-founder of Yield Lab Europe, an agri-tech accelerator, and who previously served as chief executive of Larry Goodman’s ABP Food Group for 11...
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