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Food
Vermouth - a unique product on Valentia Island
Janine Kennedy
Valentia Island Vermouth is more than a unique spirit - its story is deeply entangled in the lives of its co-founders, Orla and Anna Snook-O'Carroll.
16 November 2022 News
Youth delegates at the World Food Forum: the food system they will inherit
Climate change is affecting food systems around the world, and it’s the youth of today who will deal with the problems of tomorrow. Ireland sent a delegate team to Rome so their voices could be heard.
9 November 2022 News
The food service trends Irish farms and businesses need to know about
Ireland’s post-pandemic dining patterns are complex and food service operators face unprecedented challenges – how can they provide what diners want in the current climate? Janine Kennedy writes.
Running a food truck beside the beach
Niamh Hegarty has always loved food, but saw her career in food marketing and sales until she fell into starting her own food business while in-between jobs. In conversation with Anne O’Donoghue
26 October 2022 Features
Women & Agriculture: Aisling Flanagan of Velvet Cloud on operating costs
In the lead-up to our annual Women and Agriculture Conference, Janine Kennedy speaks with Aisling Flanagan, who owns and operates ag-food business Velvet Cloud and will be a panellist at the event .
5 October 2022 Speakers
Cover feature- the cupcake bloke
Traditional Irish baking is creatively fused with modern Irish influences in Graham Herterich’s first cookery book, ‘Bake’, writes Ciara Leahy.
7 September 2022 Features
Culinary celebrations in Cork
Cork is the place to be for food lovers this weekend, with the very first Cork on a Fork Festival, writes Ciara Leahy.
20 August 2022 News
Food News: quench that thirst
It's set to be a scorcher weekend, so Ciara Leahy has a selection of drinks to cool you down.
13 August 2022 News
Investigating your food: taste and nutrition vs cost and effort
Public procurement exists to provide transparency in public institution purchases - but what happens when catering contracts are won based on who offers the lowest price? Janine Kennedy investigates
27 July 2022 Features
Investigating your food: taste and nutrition vs cost and effort
Public procurement exists to provide transparency in public institution purchases - but what happens when catering contracts are won based on who offers the lowest price? Janine Kennedy investigates.
21 July 2022 News
Editorial: fast food, fresh from the farm
After a long drive, a ravenous Maria Moynihan was delighted to find fast food; from a farm.
6 July 2022 Features
Food News: a taste of Café Paradiso
A vegetarian celebration as Denis Cotter of Cork’s Paradiso Restaurant comes to Overends Kitchen in Airfield Estate, writes Ciara Leahy.
2 July 2022 News