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March 5, 2018

Delighted to see touRRoir featured in The Farmer’s Journal! 

Food and culture will be the order of the day in Galway, while young chefs in Cork are putting together some menus with a difference, writes Ciara Leahy. Food, culture and tourism will be all everyone is talking about in Galway as touRRoir comes to town from 23 to 24 April.

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March 5, 2018

WIN a Premium Pass to the touRRoir Global Forum

Simply Like and Comment on our Facebook Competition or Twitter Competition  with the hashtag #touRRoir18 telling us why you would like to attend touRRoir, to enter to be in with a chance to win one Premium pass to the touRRoir Global Forum on Tuesday 24th April 2018.

This is a cross sector global forum on Food Tourism and Culture and how through the inextricable link of these three giant sectors companies can grow business, communities can flourish and destinations can develop a strong sustainable economic future.

Attendees will hear from food travel experts, leading chefs, restaurateurs and food and drink providers, hotel, hospitality and travel industry professionals and key influencers in soft power and culture as well as technology change agents in a unique exchange of experiences, expertise and learnings.

Following the Forum is a Networking Drinks and Cultural Reception and afterwards an Irish Food Showcase Buffet Dinner featuring chefs and producers serving up not just the best of local food but a cultural bonanza!

Winning entry receives ONE TOURROIR Premium pass for touRRoir Full Day Forum & Networking Showcase Dinner on Tuesday 24th April 2018.
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March 5, 2018

Good Food Ireland Event touRRoir Featured in The Irish Times

Delighted to see touRRoir featured in The Irish Times Newspaper and Digital recently:

Food, tourism and culture are to be celebrated in Galway in late April when Good Food Ireland marks the city’s European region of gastronomy designation.

International chefs and key players in all three sectors are due to participate in the second biennial “touRRoir 18” global forum which is to be held at NUI Galway (NUIG) from April 23rd to 24th.

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March 4, 2018

Great to see touRRoir featured on Adworld.ie

The Irish Times is partnering with Good Food Ireland for its upcoming touRRoir 2018 event in Galway.

touRRoir18 is a cross sector global forum on food tourism and culture and it comes to Galway for the first time on April 23rd and 24th 2018 in NUI Galway. The event coincides with Galway’s designation as European Region of Gastronomy as so-called City of the Tribes continues to grow its international status in all three sectors of food, tourism and culture as the city and county builds up to Galway European Capital of Culture 2020.

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March 3, 2018

Lovely to see our very own Margaret Jeffares featured in the Clare Echo for touRRoir.

Clare woman brings global food forum to the West
Clare native and Good Food Ireland Founder Margaret Jeffares is about to bring a global Food Tourism forum to the West. 

Clare based members of Good Food Ireland including Burren Smokehouse, Doolin Chocolate House, and Linalla Pure Irish Ice-Cream will have the opportunity to be part of this major global forum.

It’s also a significant opportunity for similar businesses and organizations across Clare to get involved in this highly emotive forum alongside international ground breaking leaders in food, tourism and cultural sectors, which aims to strengthen ties between the increasingly cross dependent sectors.

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March 3, 2018

Delighted for the shout out to Cork based Food, Tourism, Farming and Cultural Businesses to attend touRRoir18 from BusinessCork.ie

Calling all Cork based Food, Tourism, Farming and Cultural Businesses to attend touRRoir18, a cross sector global forum on Food, Tourism & Culture.

A long list of Cork based producers and restaurants who are members of Good Food Ireland members including Anthony Creswell’s award winning Ummera Smokehouse, McCarthy’s of Kanturkand, Toons Bridge Dairy, Durrus Farmhouse Cheese and Ballymaloe Country House and Restaurant have the opportunity to be part of this major global forum. It’s also a significant opportunity for similar businesses and organizations across Cork to get involved in this highly emotive forum alongside international ground breaking leaders in food, tourism and cultural sectors, which aims to strengthen ties between the increasingly cross dependent sectors.

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March 3, 2018

Nice piece in The Connaught Telegraph on getting involved in #touRRoir18

The event will be of great benefit to Mayo based food producers, farmers, hospitality and cultural businesses and anybody interested in our indigenous food, cultural and tourism industry, with an opportunity to learn from a panel of key international experts and industry specialists.

Mayo based members of Good Food Ireland, including renowned butchers Kelly’s of Newport, Achill Island Sea Salt and Cuinneog Butter, will have the opportunity to be part of this major global forum.

It’s also a significant opportunity for similar businesses and organisations across Mayo to get involved in this highly emotive forum alongside international ground-breaking leaders in food, tourism and cultural sectors, which aims to strengthen ties between the increasingly cross dependent sectors.

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March 2, 2018

Great to see #touRRoir18 featured on GalwayDaily.com – have you booked your tickets yet? 

TG4’s weather girl Cáitlín Nic Aoidh has brought sunlight to Galway at the launch of touRRoir18, a cross sector global forum by Good Food Ireland on food, tourism & culture.

The Good Food Ireland symposium will take place on the 23rd and 24th of April at NUI Galway this year, bringing together thought leaders, experienced practitioners and change agents across the three sectors.

It will coincide with Galway’s designation as European Region of Gastronomy as Galway continues to grow its international status in all three sectors of food, tourism and culture in the lead up to being European Capital of Culture in 2020.

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