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8th January, 2020
Non-alcoholic spirits at The Virgin Mary bar in Dublin: Bord Bia sees opportunities in the sector. Picture: Artur Widak/NurPhoto

Bord Bia launches its annual performance and prospects report at its Insight Centre on Grand Canal Dock. The food board will release its 2019 figures and assess the sector’s prospects for 2020. Brexit will continue to cast a long shadow; Bord Bia said that 37 per cent or €4.5 billion of food and drink exports went to Britain in 2019. One area it intends to explore this year is the “non-alcoholic, adult beverage space”, as...

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