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Industry Review: Farmers' Markets

Here in Ireland we have an abundance of riches when it comes to fresh produce. You’ll struggle ...

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11.40 30 May 2020


Industry Review: Farmers' Markets



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11.40 30 May 2020


Here in Ireland we have an abundance of riches when it comes to fresh produce.

You’ll struggle to find better quality fruits, vegetables, dairy, seafood or meat anywhere else and one of the best places to see all of this is in your local Farmers’ Market.

So, for this week’s ‘Industry Review’ Bobby thought he would speak to two people who know just how important the local Farmers’ Market really is to promoting what we have.

Joining Bobby was: 

  • Darina Allen - Owner and Founder of the Ballymaloe Cookery School in Shanagarry, co Cork & also founding member of Midleton Farmers’ Market & Farmers Market Movement in Ireland
  • Simon Fraser - Chairman of the Dungarvan Farmers’ Market

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Ballymaloe Ballymaloe Cookery School Bobby Kerr. Newstalk Bobby Means Biz Darina Allen Dungarvan Farmers' Markets Midleton Farmers’ Market

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