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Win a Case of Beaujolais Nouveau
Wine enthusiasts around the world will enjoy their first sip of Beaujolais Nouveau 2019 vin de Prime...

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Awards for Foodservice Suppliers
Organised by the industry for the industry, Food & Bev Live returns to the Citywest Dublin on th...

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'Food Service Must Cut Waste' says Mahony
The Food service industry must play its part in reducing food waste,  Noel Mahony, chief execut...

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Hotels dump food worth €180m.
 The EPA released a research report last week – “Reducing Commercial Food Waste in Ireland”alon...

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Hotels dump food worth €180m.


Global award for 'Meet in Ireland'

Fáilte Ireland’s “Meet in Ireland” team has been awarded the 'Best Improver Award for 2019' from the Global Destination Sustainability Index, which has been  announced at the meetinirl1119International Congress and Convention Association Congress in Houston, USA.
 The GDS- Index is an international organisation that ranks business tourism destinations in terms of how sustainable they are for hosting meetings, incentive, conferences and events (MICE). It assesses factors such as the city environment, social indexes, supplier performance and the convention bureaus itself.
 In the past the award has only been given to individual cities, but in recognition of the overall improvement from all of Ireland’s Regional Convention Bureaux - Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Kerry and Galway - the award is being given at a national level to recognise the efforts of the entire country.


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Group opposes Dursey plan

A €7m tourism project off the Cork coast is being opposed by Friends of the Irish Environment over concerns about wildlife in the area.dursey1019
Fáilte Ireland plans to invest €7m into Dursey Island off the Beara peninsula in West Cork. the area is a key part of the Wild Atlantic Way. The project includes a new two-way cable car system and a visitor centre.
 Friends of the Irish Environment have opposed the plans, saying that wildlife and the wild coastal landscape would be adversely affected.


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Georgina launches 'Tide to Table'

 ‘From Tide to Table’ , a guide to buying, preparing and cooking the wide variety of fish and seafood caught in Irish waters has been published by Georgina Campbell.
 With photographs by  Paul Sherwood, this ‘How To’ cookbook offers over 60 practical recipes, including some specialities from seafood restaurants around the country. georgina
  ‘From Tide to Table’ explains the health benefits of seafood, provides a detailed fish identification, shopping and preparation guide - and gives hints on how to encourage children to enjoy fish.


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'Tastes Like Home' returns


Six cities, twelve families and food cooked with a passion is the recipe for this year’s fourth season of 'Tastes Like Home' with Catherine Fulvio. The TV series, sponsored for the fourth successive season by Londis, returns to RTE ONE on Monday 4th November for six consecutive weeks, promising a serving of delicious recipes steeped in tradition as well as glimpses into the culture and sights from locations right across the world. 
  Hosted by Chef Catherine Fulvio, the 'Tastes Like Home 'team travelled to Boston-USA, Newfoundland-Canada Portland Maine & New Hampshire-USA as well as Paris-France, Faro-Portugal & Osijek-Croatia, to capture six (6 episodes) individual stories, from contestants who refuse to let the physical distance from home curb their appetite for home-cooked meal that “Tastes Like Home”.
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Ronnie to pass the keys

Ronnie Counihan, ceo of Renvyle House in Connemara. has announced his retirement after 20 years at the helm of the renowned hotel and 45 years in the industry.
He will be succeeded by Galway-born Anne Marie Kelly who has more than 30 years’ experience in hospitality. A graduate of GMIT, she has held management roles with the Copthorne Tara Kensington, The Shelbourne, Jurys Hotels, The Keadeen Hotel and The Station House Hotel in Clifden where she was GM. She is well known in Connemara, having run her own bar, restaurant and accommodation offering in The Forge, Moycullen for 14 years.


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