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Raise a glass to our winning ciders

Northern Ireland artisan companies enjoyed their best ever year in the latest Blas n hEireann, the Irish National Food Awards, which are held annually in Dingle,...
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FoodHeartland

Good food always on the table in the Food Heartland

The borough of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon is the Food Heartland of Northern Ireland. An area characterised by a rich environment of good agricultural land,...
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GroundEspresso

Ground Espresso Bars announce winning photograph

Ground Espresso Bars is delighted to reveal the winner of the recent Ground Espressions photography initiative. Northern Ireland’s largest independent coffee chain set out at the...
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ForestsideCookerySchool

Chef Stephen Jeffers launches Forestside Cookery School

Belfast chef Stephen Jeffers today launched his new Forestside Cookery School located on the outskirts of Belfast city centre within the Forestside Shopping Mall. A team...
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Loaf catering commended at Social Responsibility Awards

A catering company in Belfast that works with people with learning difficulties or autism and whose profits go to helping support those with difficulties join the...
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BullittHotelBar

Sneak peek inside Belfast’s Coolest New Hotel, Bullitt

The wait is almost over as Belfast’s coolest new hotel gets ready to open its doors this weekend. As a series of first-look photographs show, Bullitt...
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Time to harvest your business?

Article by Scott Kennedy, Director Cleaver Fulton Rankin With Harvest very much in the mind of the food industry at this time of year, it’s also...
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Butter producer is cream of the crop in Henderson Foodservice Awards

A Londonderry butter producer has won the top title at the Henderson Foodservice Flavour of the North final. Donnybrewer Butter, based in Eglinton and run by...
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Tempted by lure of future

Article written by Sam Butler featured in the Belfast Newsletter 11/10/2016 Davy Uprichard took a decision in 2008 that was to change his life. He was...
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Slow Food Festival attracts 25,000 visitors to Guildhall Square

Northern Ireland’s first ever Slow Food Festival organised by Derry City and Strabane District Council (DCSDC) has been hailed as a huge success after upwards of...
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