The authentic food experience in Ireland

Ireland has the potential to be a leading food tourism destination, according to Margaret Jeffares, managing director of the Good Food Ireland network. Founded by Jeffares in 2006, Good Food Ireland

27th October, 2013
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Ireland has the potential to be a leading food tourism destination, according to Margaret Jeffares, managing director of the Good Food Ireland network.

Founded by Jeffares in 2006, Good Food Ireland provides a benchmark for consumers seeking an authentic Irish food experience.

''I identified a major gap in the market link between the agri-food sector and the tourism and hospitality sector,'' Jeffares said.

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