Thursday October 22, 2020

Irish food makes its mark

The ten foodie highs and lows of 2012.

23rd December, 2012
Enda McEvoy, head chef of Michelin-starred Aniar in Galway.

It has been a difficult year for the food sector. Beside the struggle to survive in a challenging market, restaurateurs and craft food makers find their voice reduced to a whisper when pitted against the megaphone lobbying of bigger food interests. A new government has not brought a new way of thinking about food, as many in the sector had hoped.

It seems to have realised the agricultural sector could be our way out of...

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