SuperValu To See A Spring In Sales Of Seasonal Irish Produce – €18 Million In Lamb Sales & €300,000 In Rhubarb Sales Expected In 2015

With the arrival of Spring, the best of Irish produce is now in season. SuperValu expects to sell €18 million worth of fresh Irish lamb in 2015 and €300,000 worth of Irish seasonal rhubarb, both of which are now available in SuperValu’s stores nationwide, just in time for Easter.

SuperValu’s lamb is 100% Irish, born, bred and reared in Ireland; the first of this new season Irish lamb is available in selected SuperValu butcher counters nationwide. SuperValu, the leading Irish grocery retailer, continues to command the grocery market in terms of meat quality, with more instore expert butchers than any other retailer.

SuperValu’s fresh Irish rhubarb, grown by Cork producer Roland Newenham, can be found in your local SuperValu now, retailing at €1.69 per unit. The Cork producer has supplied SuperValu stores nationwide with Irish rhubarb for over 30 years, supporting over 30 jobs locally. As one of the lowest calorie vegetables and containing vital nutrients such as dietary fibre, anti-oxidants, minerals and vitamins, rhubarb is the perfect seasonal ingredient for home baking.

Eamon Howell, Trading Director, SuperValu, said; “SuperValu is the number one supporter of the Irish food industry and we continue to lead the way in terms of quality Irish produce. We are committed to sourcing locally wherever possible, with the best of seasonal Irish produce currently available instore – just in time for Easter. Our policy of exclusively sourcing quality assured meat products means our customers can be confident they are buying the best Irish meat, while supporting local farmers. Customers can avail of the expertise of our instore expert butchers, ensuring they are guaranteed the best cut of meat whatever the occasion.”

SuperValu serves over 2.6 million customers every week. 75% of everything on SuperValu’s shelves is sourced or produced in Ireland. SuperValu purchases almost €2 billion worth of goods from Irish suppliers which help to sustain 30,000 jobs in the Irish economy.

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Budgens opens third flagship London store

Budgens has opened its flagship store in London. The store in Crouch End was opened by regular customer Keith Dunkley who has been shopping there for 20 years.

The store closed for three weeks to undergo extensive improvements to the inside and outside, with significant investment in improving the selection for customers, with a strong commitment to local and smaller artisan suppliers.

The 8,600 sq ft store boasts a bigger selection of fresh products including new Budgens own branded lines, an extensive bakery selection from local bakers Dunn’s and a continued focus on authentic, affordable, artisan and locally produced foods. The store also boasts several brand new features including a hot porridge bar, a hot soup bar, salad bar, grind-your-own coffee beans offering seven different varieties and an in-store patisserie section.

Budgens Director, Mike Baker said: “It’s great to see this store now open, Budgens of Crouch End is our flagship store and it’s a key milestone for us. It builds on everything we have learned from our lab stores in Bournemouth and Byfleet and comes with lots of new features. There’s a continued focus on fresh but food-to-go and our counters really come to the fore here. The opening has been met with much excitement this morning and we’re delighted with the makeover.”

Store Manager Tony Stone opened the store with Keith and praised the work of his staff in getting the store ready. Tony said: “We’ve completely redesigned the store inside and staff have worked hard to get everything ready for the opening. It’s a brighter store with more space for browsing and a much bigger focus on fresh. As soon as you walk in you see a large fresh area and the key shopping missions of lunch, meal for tonight and top up. Customers seem to like the new hot food and salad bar and the response has been really positive.”

The opening was backed by a marketing campaign to local residents. Budgens door dropped 2,000 Lindt chocolate bunnies to local postcodes, with a £5 voucher to redeem on shops over £20. Customers were also treated to free samples in the opening few days, including hot soups from Yorkshire Provender, handcrafted chocolates from local chocolatier Diana David, delicious hot pies from The Real Pie Company, fresh coffee from the new Budgens grind-your-own range, a selection of fine wines from Enotria, gin tasting from Sipsmith Gins and craft beers from the East London Brewing Company.

This is the third concept store to open under the repositioned Budgens brand, but the first in London. It builds on the success of the lab store opened in Broadstone, Bournemouth in October 2014. Budgens hopes to rejuvenate the British high street by delivering posh nosh for the masses and changing the image of convenience retailing.

Store Features

Speciality Butchers

The in-store butchers will offer a full meat selection alongside specialist ranges from the Wild Meat Company such as venison, boar, partridge, pigeon and rabbit.

Deli Counter

A new and improved in-store deli will offer a comprehensive range of regional and international cheeses including Cornish Yarg, Ribblesdale Sheeps Cheese, Comte Forte Saint Antoine, serrano ham sliced thinly to order and 9 types of olives and anti-pasti from London supplier Belazu, you can serve yourself.

Soup Bar

A soup bar for fast but wholesome lunches will offer hearty soups from Yorkshire Provender, there will be two flavours on offer each day from 11am to 3pm each day including Tomato & Wensleydale, Moroccan Chicken, Root Vegetables & Pearl Barley and Minted Pea & Ham.

Bakery & Patisserie

A fresh bakery section will offer a wide selection of speciality breads and pastries including sourdough, spelt & honey bread, Bavarian Rye, Redemption Ale loaf from local Dunn’s bakery. There will also be a new Patisserie offering cakes and tartlets, six types of fresh cream éclair, including exotic mango or nutty pistachio, a luxury macaroon assortment and Brittany butter croissants, pain au raisin and pain au chocolate.

London Ales & Spirits

The new wine cellar area will offer a selection of local beers from East London Brewing Commpany, Meantime, Redemption and Sambrook as well as a wide range of craft ales from breweries around the country. There will be more focus on traditional ciders with a selection from across the UK including Dunkerton’s, Henney’s and Sheppy’s and also craft spirits from London including Portobello Road Gin, Sipsmith Gin & Sipsmith Vodka. English wines will also be a focus with seven new wines on offer from Denbies in Surrey, Sedlescombe and Ridgeview from Sussex and Shawsgate from Suffolk alongside a selection of 16 organic wines from around the world.

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Launch of 2015 Supervalu Tidytowns Competition

The SuperValu TidyTowns competition for 2015 was officially launched today by Ann Phelan, T.D., Minister of State for Rural Affairs and Mr. Martin Kelleher, Managing Director of SuperValu, sponsors of the competition.

On launching the competition Minister Phelan said “The SuperValu TidyTowns Competition encourages the efforts of local people who bring huge benefits to their communities. It recognises all the work of the TidyTowns volunteers, from the planning stage to the completion of projects. It gives communities a vehicle to come together to effect change where they live. Each year for the last four years this competition has attracted over 800 entries from cities, towns and villages throughout the country and I hope that this impetus will be sustained this year.”

Minister Phelan mentioned the significance of the work of TidyTowns volunteers in preserving Ireland’s reputation as a clean and green destination to live in, do business in and visit. “The work of the generations of volunteers on TidyTowns committees cannot be overestimated, their efforts have been improving the environment in which we live for 57 years and has helped to transform the appearance of our towns and villages and to promote Ireland’s image abroad. The sense of place that develops when communities work together and take ownership of their own surroundings is evident where TidyTowns committees are active. Their communities offer a unique experience to visitors, from both at home and abroad. The Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government has worked in partnership with Volunteer Ireland to grow voluntary effort; their website www.volunteer.ie matches members of the public interested in volunteering with voluntary opportunities in their own areas. TidyTowns committees should take advantage of this initiative to seek out new volunteers or voluntary expertise”

Speaking at the launch today, Martin Kelleher, SuperValu Managing Director said “2015 marks the 24th year of SuperValu’s sponsorship of TidyTowns. This is one of the longest running sponsorships in Ireland and one that we are extremely proud to be supporting.

We believe in local and TidyTowns is a perfect partnership for SuperValu. With 222 stores nationwide, our retailers are uniquely positioned to work with TidyTowns committees to build sustainable communities that we will be proud to pass on to future generations. Not only do we support TidyTowns nationally, but retailers contribute a further €100,000 to committees locally.

Year on year, there is tremendous work carried out by TidyTowns committees in every town and village in Ireland and this year we are hoping to further acknowledge this work with the inclusion of a youth category award, which will recognise some of the fine work undertaken by younger committee members. We live in challenging times, economically and socially, but the SuperValu TidyTowns competition demonstrates the power of local and the value it brings to our communities and our country.”

The Minister expressed her appreciation to SuperValu for their continued support in sponsoring the competition. “SuperValu have supported this competition for nearly a quarter of a century, they have helped it grow through their sponsorship and through their nationwide network of retailers. Thank you Martin and all your team for your support for this competition.”

As well as the main competition there are also ten Special Competitions that can be entered. Welcoming these competitions Minister Phelan said “these competitions add to the SuperValu TidyTowns competition and I would like to encourage entrants to consider entering some of them as well as the main competition. I also thank the sponsors of these competitions for their support over the years.”

The closing date for receipt of entries for this year’s competitions is 22nd May 2015. Entry forms to the SuperValu TidyTowns competition can be obtained from the TidyTowns Unit in the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government – Phone (096-24309) or by visiting www.tidytowns.ie or www.supervalu.ie. For entry to the Special Competitions please download your entry form at www.tidytowns.ie

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Budgens opens flagship London store

Budgens, the independent grocery brand, has opened its flagship store in London. The store in Crouch End was opened by regular customer Keith Dunkley who has been shopping there for 20 years.

The store closed for three weeks to undergo extensive improvements to the inside and outside, with significant investment in improving the selection for customers, with a strong commitment to local and smaller artisan suppliers.

The 8,600 sq ft store boasts a bigger selection of fresh products including new Budgens own branded lines, an extensive bakery selection from local bakers Dunn’s and a continued focus on authentic, affordable, artisan and locally produced foods. The store also boasts several brand new features including a hot porridge bar, a hot soup bar, salad bar, grind-your-own coffee beans offering seven different varieties and an in-store patisserie section.

Budgens Director, Mike Baker said: “It’s great to see this store now open, Budgens of Crouch End is our flagship store and it’s a key milestone for us. It builds on everything we have learned from our lab stores in Bournemouth and Byfleet and comes with lots of new features. There’s a continued focus on fresh but food-to-go and our counters really come to the fore here. The opening has been met with much excitement this morning and we’re delighted with the makeover.”

Store Manager Tony Stone opened the store with Keith and praised the work of his staff in getting the store ready. Tony said: “We’ve completely redesigned the store inside and staff have worked hard to get everything ready for the opening. It’s a brighter store with more space for browsing and a much bigger focus on fresh. As soon as you walk in you see a large fresh area and the key shopping missions of lunch, meal for tonight and top up. Customers seem to like the new hot food and salad bar and the response has been really positive.”

The opening was backed by a marketing campaign to local residents. Budgens door dropped 2,000 Lindt chocolate bunnies to local postcodes, with a £5 voucher to redeem on shops over £20. Customers were also treated to free samples in the opening few days, including hot soups from Yorkshire Provender, handcrafted chocolates from local chocolatier Diana David, delicious hot pies from The Real Pie Company, fresh coffee from the new Budgens grind-your-own range, a selection of fine wines from Enotria, gin tasting from Sipsmith Gins and craft beers from the East London Brewing Company.

This is the third concept store to open under the repositioned Budgens brand, but the first in London. It builds on the success of the lab store opened in Broadstone, Bournemouth in October 2014. Budgens hopes to rejuvenate the British high street by delivering posh nosh for the masses and changing the image of convenience retailing.

Store Features

Speciality Butchers

The in-store butchers will offer a full meat selection alongside specialist ranges from the Wild Meat Company such as venison, boar, partridge, pigeon and rabbit.

Deli Counter

A new and improved in-store deli will offer a comprehensive range of regional and international cheeses including Cornish Yarg, Ribblesdale Sheeps Cheese, Comte Forte Saint Antoine, Serrano ham sliced thinly to order and 9 types of olives and anti-pasti from London supplier Belazu, you can serve yourself.

Soup Bar

A soup bar for fast but wholesome lunches will offer hearty soups from Yorkshire Provender, there will be two flavours on offer each day from 11am to 3pm each day including Tomato & Wensleydale, Moroccan Chicken, Root Vegetables & Pearl Barley and Minted Pea & Ham.

Bakery & Patisserie

A fresh bakery section will offer a wide selection of speciality breads and pastries including Sourdough, Spelt & Honey bread, Bavarian Rye, Redemption Ale loaf from local Dunn’s bakery. There will also be a new Patisserie offering cakes and tartlets, six types of fresh cream éclair, including exotic mango or nutty pistachio, a luxury macaroon assortment and Brittany butter croissants, pain au raisin and pain au chocolate.

London Ales & Spirits

The new wine cellar area will offer a selection of local beers from East London Brewing Company, Meantime, Redemption and Sambrook as well as a wide range of craft ales from breweries around the country. There will be more focus on traditional ciders with a selection from across the UK including Dunkerton’s, Henney’s and Sheppy’s and also craft spirits from London including Portobello Road Gin, Sipsmith Gin & Sipsmith Vodka. English wines will also be a focus with seven new wines on offer from Denbies in Surrey, Sedlescombe and Ridgeview from Sussex and Shawsgate from Suffolk alongside a selection of 16 organic wines from around the world.

www.budgens.co.uk

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Warner’s Budgens Morton-in-Marsh scoop prestigious award at the convenience retail awards

Warner’s Budgens of Moreton-in-Marsh Store Manager Jerry Tweney and Lucy Worrall Marketing Manager, were on hand to accept the much-coveted award for ‘Best Large Store’ at the Convenience Store Awards last week. The event, which took place on Thursday 19th March at Bishopsgate in central London, was hosted by Convenience Store, Editor, David Rees and attended by the great and the good of the British convenience industry.

Retailers fought it out across 18 categories for the chance to win prestigious awards and industry recognition. Budgens hosted a table at the event for all shortlisted retailers, with Peter Ridler and Mike Baker invited to sit on the Editor’s table, all were delighted with Warner’s Budgens win.

Lucy Worrall, Marketing Manager for Warner’s Budgens said: “We were thrilled to receive the award for ‘Best Large Retailer’ for our Moreton-in Marsh store, Jerry and his team work really hard to provide an excellent shopping experience for all our customers and it’s really nice for them to be recognised in this way.”

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Budgens retailers get ready for Easter

28 of our store staff came to Musgrave House in Harefield last week for a personalisation workshop in preparation for Easter. They were given a 2 hour masterclass in egg decorating by chocolate experts, first practising writing messages on paper sheets and perfecting their art before learning how to write on the, slightly trickier, surface of the chocolate eggs.

They were shown styling techniques, how to prepare the icing, given an idea on how long messages should be and how long they need to dry once personalised for best results. Great fun was had by all, and, of course, a lot of chocolates were sampled. The attendees will now take their knowledge back to their stores and they will be busy personalising Easter eggs for customers over the coming weeks.

There will be three types of Thorntons personalised Easter eggs available in selected Budgens stores this year – the ‘Classics’ egg, ‘Moments’ egg and a ‘Special Toffee’ egg. This workshop was a first for Thorntons and Budgens is the only retailer with specially trained staff and able to offer personalisation in store.

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Do it better, avoid waste, save money

We often talk about receiving awards from outside groups but today we’d like to discuss some awards we’ve given ourselves.

If that sounds a bit odd then the achievements recognised by the awards will seem even stranger. The awards were for CI or, more precisely, this was the award ceremony for our first CPD Certificate Green Belt in Continuous Improvement. It took place at UCC on the 17th of February.

That may sound like a rather academic concern, but don’t be fooled by the title or the setting. CI matters to shoppers too. So what is CI – and why does something we do internally matter to our customers?

In fact it’s much simpler than it sounds. We ask ourselves questions. Questions like: are we making things too complicated? Can we do something in a simpler way? Can we avoid waste and unnecessary effort? Here are a few straightforward examples: reorganising warehouse space means less congestion; changing the day of a new promotion launch to later in the week can make things easier for staff and suppliers and save money; improving ordering processes can save thousands of hours of unnecessary extra work. CI is about that sort of thing – about asking ‘Do we need to do things this way even if we always have?’

So what does CI mean to customers? Well the award ceremony, held at UCC, handed out certificates to 23 participants. The projects they were involved in had saved Musgrave and its partners over €700,000. That’s €700,000 that can be invested in better outlets, jobs or cheaper goods – all of which help the customers.

Of course, when you think about it, continuous improvement applies to everyone. Once you may have made a trip to and from various offices for meetings. Then phones, mobile phones, smartphones, tablets and Skype allowed you to do things differently and perhaps more efficiently. Even reorganising the contents of a desk or clearing a path to and from a building site or finding a quicker route to work can be a fairly basic effort that nevertheless saves time and money. Apply that sort of constant search for better, less wasteful ways of doing things to a company like Musgrave and to its retail partners and you could be saving thousands of days and millions of euros.

This process doesn’t stop – which is why we use the word ‘continuous’. And yes, there is an academic side to it (check out the UCC site and you’ll see courses like supply chain management that include CI), but it can be summed up in non-academic terms too: do it better, avoid waste, save money.

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MRPNI Store of the Year winners announced at annual awards

MRPNI’s Acting Managing Director, Damian McCarney, Michael Boyd of Mace Toomebridge, Ciaran O’Kane of SuperValu Dungiven and David Kelly of Centra, Trench Road.

O’Kane’s SuperValu Dungiven, owned by Ciaran O’Kane, Kelly’s Centra Trench Road, owned by David Kelly and Boyd’s Mace Toomebridge, owned by Cahal Boyd were named ‘Store of the Year’ winners at MRPNI’s annual awards.

Northern Ireland TV personality Claire McCollum hosted the prestigious event at the Slieve Donard hotel in Newcastle, Co. Down for 300 retailers and MRPNI Head Office staff. The Awards recognise the ‘best-in-class’ retailers across SuperValu NI, Centra NI and Mace NI with the winners demonstrating the highest levels of commitment to customer service and retail excellence.

Robert and Dympna Millen, owners of Centra Carrickfergus, Prince Andrew Way picked up the ‘Newcomer of the Year’ award and SuperValu Limavady won ‘Fundraising Store of the Year’ for raising £9,408 for charity partner Action Cancer.

This year’s Western theme was ‘Leading The Way’ with entertainment including line dancers from Academy Dance Studio, Newry and Garth Brooks tribute band, Friends in Low Places.

The awards were sponsored by Allied Bakeries, Coca-Cola Hellenic, Tayto and Kerry Foods.

 

The Store of the Year and category winners for 2015 are:

SuperValu NI Store of the Year: O’Kane’s SuperValu, Dungiven

SuperValu Highly Commended: McCool’s SuperValu, Ballymoney

Fundraising Store of the Year: SuperValu Limavady

Centra NI Store of the Year: Kelly’s Centra, Trench Road

Centra High Convenience Gold: McGoveran’s Centra, Belfast Malone Road
Centra High Convenience Silver: Cathcart’s Centra, Magherafelt
Centra High Convenience Bronze: McGoveran’s, Centra, Stranmillis

Centra Foodmarket Gold: Kelly’s Centra, Trench Road
Centra Foodmarket Silver: McCool’s, Centra, Ballymena
Centra Foodmarket Bronze: McElhinney’s Centra, Omagh, Brookmount

Mace NI Store of the Year: Boyd’s Mace, Toomebridge

Mace Under 1800 sq ft Gold: Boyd’s Mace, Toomebridge
Mace Under 1800 sq ft Silver: Courtney’s Mace, Lisnaskea
Mace Under 1800 sq ft Bronze: Dolan’s Mace, Gortin Road, Omagh

Mace Over 1800 sq ft Gold: Gracey’s Mace, Belfast Newton Park
Mace Over 1800 sq ft Silver: Wilson’s Mace, Coleraine
Mace Over 1800 sq ft Bronze: Johnston’s Mace, Cadogan

Newcomer of the Year: Cox & Millen’s Centra, Carrickfergus, Prince Andrew Way

 

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Dublin store wins ‘SuperValu Store of the Year 2015’ award

Kane & McCartney’s SuperValu in Killester has been named the best SuperValu in Ireland, scooping the “SuperValu Store of the Year” title for 2015. The store received the much coveted accolade at the SuperValu National Conference which was held in the Malton Hotel, Killarney recently.

The team from Kane & McCartney’s SuperValu were presented with their award by Martin Kelleher, SuperValu Managing Director, Michael Morgan, SuperValu Sales Director and Eoin MacManus, Director of Three Business, competition sponsors. Audits were undertaken by independent competition judge, Paul Ellison, with SuperValu Killester surpassing all SuperValu stores nationwide.

Flynn’s SuperValu in Lackagh and Garvey’s SuperValu in Dungarvan were announced SuperValu Store of the Year category winners for 2015. The remaining store of the year finalists were:

  • Caulfield/McCarthy Group, SuperValu Loughboy, Kilkenny
  • Hurley’s SuperValu, Midleton, Cork
  • McConville’s SuperValu, Mountmellick, Laois
  • McEvoy’s SuperValu, Virginia, Cavan
  • McInerney’s SuperValu, Loughrea, Galway
  • Nally’s SuperValu, Celbridge, Kildare
  • Riordan’s SuperValu, Fermoy, Cork
  • Ryan’s SuperValu, Glanmire, Cork
  • SuperValu Granard, Longford

On receipt of the award, store owner, Eddie Kane paid tribute to the Killester team and acknowledged that their enthusiasm and constant dedication is pivotal to the success of the store. “Our passionate workforce that is expertly led by our store manager Robert Ward, strive towards a common goal – which is providing the absolute best service, product offering and value for our customers.”

“Over the last two years, the store has undergone numerous improvements in order to satisfy a shift in our shoppers needs. These instore upgrades included the implementation of a scratch bakery as well as a kitchen, with instore chefs producing quality home-made meals.

Other instore additions included the introduction of new health and wellness lines and the innovative food academy range, which is produced by small emerging foodies. We are delighted that we have been recognised for our efforts, not only by our customers but by our colleagues throughout the SuperValu network,” Kane concluded.

Speaking at the awards ceremony, Martin Kelleher, Managing Director, SuperValu congratulated SuperValu Killester saying: “Every year we face a very difficult decision in choosing the SuperValu Store of the Year winner and 2015 was particularly challenging. All our SuperValu stores work hard to succeed in a very competitive market and it is the passion of the independent entrepreneurial retailers and their enthusiastic teams that is fundamental to their success. SuperValu Killester stood out, as it’s an exceptional store demonstrating our true brand credentials of Real Food, Real People.”

Congratulating the overall winner, Eoin MacManus, Director of Three Business said: “A massive congratulations to everyone at SuperValu Killester on winning the ‘SuperValu Store of the Year’ award for 2015. Three are proud to sponsor this prestigious award, which showcase excellence in the retail industry. SuperValu is an Irish success story and Three are delighted to be associated which such a strong innovative Irish brand.”

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An Tánaiste Joan Burton Visits Musgrave Facility As Part of Feeding Ireland’s Future ‘Skills for Work Week’

Musgrave helping to tackle youth unemployment by offering career development sessions to 350 young jobseekers

An Tánaiste Joan Burton today visited Musgrave’s depot in Fonthill, Dublin as part of Feeding Ireland’s Future ‘Skills for Work Week’. Musgrave Group is helping to tackle youth unemployment by running career development sessions for 350 young jobseekers as part of a collaborative project between Government and industry.

Feeding Ireland’s Future is an initiative in conjunction with the Department of Social Protection Intreo service, ECR Ireland and food and grocery sector industry partners, which will see over 1,200 unemployed young people participate in events from 2nd to 6th March, with almost 30% of participants attending a Musgrave workshop at 21 Musgrave sites nationwide.

Over the course of the week, Musgrave’s HR team will discuss a range of topics with participants including how to manage their social media reputation; preparing their CVs; how to draft cover letters and applications; and interview role plays. Participants are also taken on site tours to give them an overview of what a career in the food and grocery industry entails. A number of key SuperValu retailers will also be participating and through this demonstrating their commitment to their local communities.

Commenting on the initiative, Adrian Grey, Musgrave Group HR Director, said: “As the largest private sector employer in Ireland, we want to give young unemployed people an insight into the range of careers available in the Irish food industry, with a particular focus on our retail and wholesale businesses. This is a fantastic initiative for participants to help them develop vital skills in terms of interview and CV preparation. It also lets them experience first-hand what a day in the life of someone working in the food industry is like. We hope to inspire young people taking part in the initiative to pursue a career in the food sector, helping to boost one of the most important industries for the Irish economy.”

More information about Feeding Ireland’s Future is available at http://www.ecrireland.ie/

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