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Thursday, May 12, 2011
“Good Food Ireland Pop Up at Model County Festival”
Good Food Ireland, the Wexford based organisation will be taking part at Wexford Food Festival in Wexford Town on Saturday May 21st. The Good Food Ireland Pop Up will include local food heroes from Wexford and around the country. Meet the people behind the food from the chef to the baker to the chocolate maker. Enjoy Scallops from Kilmore Quay, Hereford Beef, Waterford Blass and many other local artisan food producers.
“I am delighted to showcase Good Food Ireland in my home town. Wexford, traditionally the “model” county for agriculture and of course a key tourist location is the perfect place to highlight the importance of local and sustainable food” says Margaret Jeffares Founder, Good Food Ireland.
Good Food Ireland informs customers where to go to have a quality Irish ingredient led food experience. It identifies some 500 restaurants, hotels, food shops, cookery schools, farm houses and B&Bs around the island that are committed to using local sustainable food, supporting Irish farmers food producers and fishermen. Look out for the Good Food Ireland sign or visit www.goodfoodireland.ie