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The Asian Market! What Ireland has to Offer

The Asian Market! What Ireland has to Offer

The Asian Market – What Ireland has to offer The Asian Market is the single largest economic driver in the world, having the fastest growing population worldwide serving home to 6/10 people in the world. This rapid expansion in population of 44 million people per year over the past 10 years has resulted in more […]

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Occupational and Emergency First Aid in the Workplace

Occupational and Emergency First Aid in the Workplace

Over the years most of us at some stage will have administered first aid treatment.  For some it may have been as simple as putting a sticking plaster on a cut and for others it might have been knowing what they had to do when a colleague had a seizure at work, or maybe you […]

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The Rise Of Coeliac Disease and the Need For Increased Knowledge on the Condition

The Rise Of Coeliac Disease and the Need For Increased Knowledge on the Condition

Coeliac Disease is a prolonged autoimmune condition that is prompted by gluten which is found in wheat, barley and rye. Coeliac Disease is a permanent intolerance to gluten. This disease affects more females than males and research has estimated that 1 out of every 100 people in the world is affected by this condition. There […]

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Latest BSE Scare for Ireland

Latest BSE Scare for Ireland

BSE or Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy has again caught public attention with an isolated case confirmed on a farm in County Louth on the 11th of June. BSE is a disease that damages the brain and central nervous system and eventually leads to the death of adult cattle. An unknown fact about BSE is that an […]

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The Future of “Artisan Food”

The Future of “Artisan Food”

“Artisan” products have exploded in recent years and has quickly become a fast growing niche market in the food enterprise sector as a result of consumers becoming more demanding for local high quality produce, but what is it really? Following attending the Food Symposium in UCC last week, some very stimulating  points about a definition […]

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