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Food companies see growth abroad, stagnation at home, report shows

Just over half of food and beverage companies in Ireland have observed improvements in the export market in the last twelve months, according to a new report.

24th April, 2012

Just over half of food and beverage companies in Ireland have observed improvements in the export market in the last twelve months, according to a new report.

Britain, the rest of Europe and China are all providing greater opportunities for Irish food companies, according to the Deloitte Food and Beverage Survey 2012. But the survey also finds that the Irish domestic market is much more difficult for food companies. 72 per cent of those surveyed...

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