Strong growth across food and hospitality sectors

Irish food and hospitality businesses experienced a 64 per cent increase in turnover since 2012, with the majority citing the need for increased marketing of food in tourism to sustain growth.

2nd July, 2014
The annual report surveys over 600 food and hospitality businesses throughout Ireland

Irish food and hospitality businesses experienced a 64 per cent increase in turnover since 2012, with the majority citing the need for increased marketing of food in tourism to sustain growth, according to a new report published today by Grant Thornton and Good Food Ireland.

The annual report surveys over 600 food and hospitality businesses throughout Ireland.

Employment figures across member businesses doubled in 2013 compared to 2012, with 6,200 full-time and 3,100 part-time personnel employed. These businesses...

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