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VIDEO: Producers, farms and eateries in county agri-food drive

Wednesday, 3rd July, 2019 10:00am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
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VIDEO: Producers, farms and eateries in county agri-food drive

Tribal Foods in Athenry. Photo: Andrew Downes

VIDEO: Producers, farms and eateries in county agri-food drive

Tribal Foods in Athenry. Photo: Andrew Downes

OVER 40 food producers, farmers and restaurants outside of Galway city are joining forces to showcase unique events and experiences for locals and visitors in the North and East Galway regions.
The Agri Food Tourism project is led by Galway County Council and has received the support of the Department of Agriculture and Failte Ireland. It includes a large number of businesses in Tuam and Athenry as well as others in more eastern and southern parts of the county.

Read more in this week's edition of The Tuam Herald

WATCH some local producers here

 

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