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French style blends well with Irish flavour

The French are passionate about food and drink, and never more so than when they are promoting their native produce internationally.

12th November, 2005

The French are passionate about food and drink, and never more so than when they are promoting their native produce internationally.

Dominique Geary has the enviable task of running Sopexa Ireland, the agency charged with doing just that.

She is animated as she talks about her work, particularly the 2005 Le Crunch French apple promotion, which encourages children to eat more fruit, especially French apples.

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