Ireland's sustainability journey

November 2012
Irish Food;2012, p22
Trade Publication
The article focuses on how Ireland becomes world leader in high-quality sustainable food and drink production through the launch of Origin Green programme which aims to help food and drink industry achieve sustainability. Comments from Una Fitzgibbon, director of Marketing Services at Bord Bia, and Aidan Cotter, Bord Bia chief executive officer (CEO), are presented.


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