Bord Bia

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“There is a lot of noise around the topic, whether it is from celebrity advocates such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Novak Djokovic, or chefs, nutritionists and bloggers.” Photograph: iStock

People in Ireland are wasting tens of millions of euro each year on high-priced gluten-free products that do little or nothing to improve their health(...)

Lidl has fallen foul of Bord Bia after it wrongly used the food authority’s stamp of approval on promotional leaflets advertising one of its fish products.  File photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Lidl has fallen foul of Bord Bia after it wrongly used the food authority’s stamp of approval on promotional leaflets advertising one of its fish prod(...)

Andrew Doyle, Minister of State for Food, Forestry and Horticulture, with Mary Morrissey, Senior Manager Food and Beverage at Bord Bia, launching a series of farmers’ market training workshops. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

If you’ve ever thought your home baking would sell like hotcakes, or would have welcomed a marketplace for your bumper crop of carrots and courgettes,(...)

Irish food and drink exports to the UK accounted for 41 per cent of total exports in 2015

Some 40 per cent of Irish food and drink exporters expect their sales to decline in the wake of Brexit, while most cited exchange rate volatility as a(...)

Bord Bia chief executive Aidan Cotter: “The lifting of international sanctions on Iran opens the way for Irish food exporters to explore trading opportunities in the second largest economy in the Middle East.”

Ireland’s two main banks still refuse to facilitate financial transactions with Iran – the Middle East’s second largest economy – despite the lifting(...)

Export award short: Barry Cullen, head of sales, Silver Hill Duck

SUCCESS AT HOME AWARD COMPANY: CONNACHT GOLD BUTTER Connacht Gold has a multi-award winning range of butter products and has been shortlisted based on(...)

Research from Bord Bia on what people consider the country’s tastiest traditional meal shows two-thirds of Irish people would choose a dinner of bacon and cabbage, with three out of 10 people claiming to crave the dish while travelling abroad. File Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The Irish food industry may be undergoing a culinary revolution of tastes and flavours, yet the latest research shows we are still savages for bacon a(...)

Bord Bia and six of the State’s biggest meat exporters are exhibiting their culinary wares at a major food trade fair in Lyon, the gastro capital of F(...)

An Bord Bia chairman Michael Carey,  who is to  head up  the Grow Dublin Tourism Alliance to  increase tourism to Dublin.     Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A new group is to be established by Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Paschal Donohoe to increase tourism to Dublin amid concerns that the ca(...)

Chairman of Bord Bia  Michael Carey (left) and chief executive    Aidan Cotter, at the announcement of news that there was a 15 per cent increase in the export of dairy products and ingredients last year. Photograph: Gary O’Neill

It seems the only way is up for the dairy sector if the export figures released by Bord Bia yesterday are anything to go by. There was a 15 per cent i(...)

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