Bia Fest returned to Ennis over the weekend following last month’s successful pilot event which featured the produce of local small to medium-sized artisan food producers from across the county.
Local Enterprise Office Clare, which organised the event said it was held following the positive feedback received from local food producers and the general public.
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Head of Enterprise Padraic McElwee said “We were delighted with the response from the local producers and general public to the first event held. It showcased the high quality food produce in Clare as well as the public’s interest in connecting with their local producers.”
More than 15 local artisan food producers participated, including Rathlir Farm, Magic Mayan Chocolate, Wicked Wholefoods, St Tola’s Cheese, Martins Mustards and D’Vine Nut Butters. We are hoping for a repeat of the support received from the public last month
The Local Enterprise Office Clare, Áras Contae and Chláir, Ennis, Co. Clare, can be contacted on 065-6821616 / [email protected]. Further information on the Clare Food Academy Start Programme is available from www.localenterprise.ie/clare.