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Jarred at the Food Summit

Gillian Nelis

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@gnelis
26th October, 2014
Veronica Molloy of Crossogue Preserves in Tipperary.

Jarred at the Food Summit

Seven thousand Waterford blaas; 3,500 Ulster potato farls; 275 kilos of Toonsbridge mozzarella; 10,000 Irish apples; up to 1,000 vegan meals a day. The numbers behind the Food Summit, which takes place as part of the Web Summit in Dublin from November 4 to 6, are mind-boggling.

The woman charged with making it all happen is Margaret Jeffares of Good Food Ireland, but this is very much a team effort, with Good Food Ireland members from...

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