Mars Ireland chief met Coveney to warn of Brexit risks to products
Lobbying filings show that Fiona Dawson, Mars’ global president of food, drinks and multi-sales, met Coveney late last year to 'share the concerns of business regarding the potential impacts of Brexit'
Mars Ireland - which makes a wide range of products from Mars bars and Twixes to Whiskas and Pedigree dog food - met with Tánaiste Simon Coveney to warn of the risks posed to their products by Brexit.
Lobbying filings show that Fiona Dawson, Mars’ global president of food, drinks and multi-sales, met with Coveney late last year to “share the concerns of business regarding the potential impacts of Brexit”.
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