Flahavan’s, Ballymaloe Foods and Clonakilty Black Pudding will feature at the Guaranteed Irish display
Some of Ireland’s most iconic food companies, which are members of Guaranteed Irish and proudly display the highly regarded Guaranteed Irish symbol, will be at the Taste of Dublin festival this year.
Products from Flahavan’s, Ballymaloe Foods, Brennans Bread, Clonakilty Black Pudding, Pat The Baker, Manhattan, The Chocolate Garden of Ireland, Tayto, Sheridans Cheesemongers, G’s Gourmet Jams, Kerry Foods and Musgrave will be among those featured at the Guaranteed Irish exhibition space at Taste of Dublin.
Taste of Dublin offers guests the opportunity to mingle with award-winning chefs and like-minded foodies. They can also attend interactive demos and masterclasses, inspiring culinary talks, beer and wine tasting and enjoy some great live entertainment!
Attendees who pop along to the Guaranteed Irish stand will have the opportunity to enter competitions to win hampers packed full of quality Irish products. With such an array of top class products available, the Guaranteed Irish space promises to be a highlight of the festival!
If you would like to be in with a chance to win tickets to visit Taste of Dublin, check out Twitter (@GuaranteedIrl), Instagram (@guaranteed_irish) and Facebook www.facebook.com/GuaranteedIrishOfficial.
Guaranteed Irish, the not-for-profit business membership organisation that champions homegrown and international businesses operating in Ireland, has over 300 member companies, including a significant number from the food and drink industry.
All companies featured at the Guaranteed Irish stand at Taste of Dublin are proud members of the organisation and display the Guaranteed Irish symbol. Only member companies, which are required to meet a range of criteria before attaining membership, are given permission to display the Guaranteed Irish symbol as a badge of provenance and trust.
Brid O’Connell, CEO of Guaranteed Irish, says: “The food and drink industry in Ireland is thriving at the moment and we are passionate about supporting this extremely important sector. The quality of Irish produce is outstanding and our member companies make a significant contribution to the Irish economy. We are keenly aware that this sector is vital to our future growth as a country, so we work continually with our members to spread this important message and encourage consumers to buy from businesses based in Ireland.
The Guaranteed Irish symbol is recognised at home and all over the world as a sign of provenance and trust, so we are really delighted to be partnering with Taste of Dublin to offer guests the opportunity to see – and taste – the wonderful array of food and drink produced by our member companies.”
Avril Bannerton, Managing Director, Taste of Dublin says: “Taste of Dublin has always championed Irish brands and ingredients and we’re delighted to work with Guaranteed Irish, welcoming even more Irish brands to our ‘Food Lover’s Playground’ – the Taste of Dublin theme this year – which celebrates the wide variety of food and drinks we are now accustomed to in our everyday lives.”
As well as representing food and drink companies, Guaranteed Irish membership spans a range of other sectors including pharmaceutical; healthcare; technology; construction; energy; professional services; manufacturing; tourism; craft and design; retail; lifestyle; and more. Members include KPMG, FBD, Dairygold, MSD, Matheson, Combilift, Ervia, Acme Blinds, Magee 1866, Original Irish Hotels, Gem Pack Foods, Codex Office Solutions, St. Patrick’s Distillery, TanOrganic, Brooke and Shoals, Switcher.ie, and Bord na Móna. The organisation considers three core criteria when assessing an applicant for membership – jobs, community and provenance.
For membership enquiries and to keep up-to-date on Guaranteed Irish news and events:
- Website: www.guaranteedirish.ie
- Twitter: @GuaranteedIrl
- Instagram: @guaranteed_irish
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/2422682/
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/GuaranteedIrishOfficial
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