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Waterford latest to the table with EAT

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
22nd February, 2015
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Waterford latest to the table with EAT

One of the best things about the food scene in Ireland over the past few years has been the strong collaborative efforts put in by towns, villages and cities across the country. There are lots of great examples of local communities organising food festivals, promoting their produce at tasting events, and coming together to market their area as a food destination.

The latest example is in Waterford, where Fiona McHardy chief executive of the city’s...

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