Making It Work: Online marketplace makes it easier to shop in your vicinity

Vicinity.ie provides producers with a platform to sell to consumers who want to shop sustainably and locally

27th November, 2020
Making It Work: Online marketplace makes it easier to shop in your vicinity
Julie Currid, founder of Vicinity.ie, which will be aimed at consumers who want to buy from local producers. Picture: Maria Rusk

Sustainability, community and human connection. That’s the ethos behind a new online marketplace that plans to launch in Ireland in the new year. It is aimed at consumers who want to buy food, household and other everyday groceries from local producers.

Forty Irish-owned suppliers in Dublin have already signed up to Vicinity.ie, which will offer deliveries initially in the Fingal area in north Dublin.

Julie Currid, its founder, plans to expand the...

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