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West Cork duo in bid to win Foodie title

September 22nd, 2015 12:10 PM

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KINSALE and West Cork have both been named, separately, as finalists in the Restaurants Association of Ireland’s ‘Foodie Towns’ competition for 2015.

Each of the ten finalists will now receive a pre-arranged visit by a pair of independent assessors in the coming weeks.

The assessment will be combined with a national public voting campaign where the public can choose their winning foodie destination out of the ten finalists – this can be done through www.foodietowns.ie. Both components will carry equal weight in the overall score.

In the search for Ireland’s premier food destination, applications from all over the country were thoroughly assessed and narrowed down by an independent panel of judges.

Both West Cork finalists are up against the Boyne Valley, Derry, Dungarvan, Howth, Kilkenny, Loop Head and the Burren in Clare, and Sligo.

The winning town or destination will be crowned ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ in October.

The ‘Foodie Town of Ireland’ award recognises a destination that actively promotes itself through joint promotional activities such as food festivals, gourmet trails or farmers’ markets as well as great dining experiences. The winning Irish destination will have established a local producer or supplier network which is utilised and promoted by local businesses. Plans for future growth and investment into the food and hospitality industry at a local level will also be taken into consideration by judges. Education, training, development and employment will be key components of the ultimate foodie destination.

Online voting is now taking place at www.foodietowns.ie and the ultimate ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ will be announced in October.

KINSALE and West Cork have both been named, separately, as finalists in the Restaurants Association of Ireland’s ‘Foodie Towns’ competition for 2015.

Each of the ten finalists will now receive a pre-arranged visit by a pair of independent assessors in the coming weeks.

The assessment will be combined with a national public voting campaign where the public can choose their winning foodie destination out of the ten finalists – this can be done through www.foodietowns.ie. Both components will carry equal weight in the overall score.

In the search for Ireland’s premier food destination, applications from all over the country were thoroughly assessed and narrowed down by an independent panel of judges.

Both West Cork finalists are up against the Boyne Valley, Derry, Dungarvan, Howth, Kilkenny, Loop Head and the Burren in Clare, and Sligo.

The winning town or destination will be crowned ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ in October.

The ‘Foodie Town of Ireland’ award recognises a destination that actively promotes itself through joint promotional activities such as food festivals, gourmet trails or farmers’ markets as well as great dining experiences. The winning Irish destination will have established a local producer or supplier network which is utilised and promoted by local businesses. Plans for future growth and investment into the food and hospitality industry at a local level will also be taken into consideration by judges. Education, training, development and employment will be key components of the ultimate foodie destination.

Online voting is now taking place at www.foodietowns.ie and the ultimate ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ will be announced in October.

KINSALE and West Cork have both been named, separately, as finalists in the Restaurants Association of Ireland’s ‘Foodie Towns’ competition for 2015.

Each of the ten finalists will now receive a pre-arranged visit by a pair of independent assessors in the coming weeks.

The assessment will be combined with a national public voting campaign where the public can choose their winning foodie destination out of the ten finalists – this can be done through www.foodietowns.ie. Both components will carry equal weight in the overall score.

In the search for Ireland’s premier food destination, applications from all over the country were thoroughly assessed and narrowed down by an independent panel of judges.

Both West Cork finalists are up against the Boyne Valley, Derry, Dungarvan, Howth, Kilkenny, Loop Head and the Burren in Clare, and Sligo.

The winning town or destination will be crowned ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ in October.

The ‘Foodie Town of Ireland’ award recognises a destination that actively promotes itself through joint promotional activities such as food festivals, gourmet trails or farmers’ markets as well as great dining experiences. The winning Irish destination will have established a local producer or supplier network which is utilised and promoted by local businesses. Plans for future growth and investment into the food and hospitality industry at a local level will also be taken into consideration by judges. Education, training, development and employment will be key components of the ultimate foodie destination.

Online voting is now taking place at www.foodietowns.ie and the ultimate ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ will be announced in October.

KINSALE and West Cork have both been named, separately, as finalists in the Restaurants Association of Ireland’s ‘Foodie Towns’ competition for 2015.

Each of the ten finalists will now receive a pre-arranged visit by a pair of independent assessors in the coming weeks.

The assessment will be combined with a national public voting campaign where the public can choose their winning foodie destination out of the ten finalists – this can be done through www.foodietowns.ie. Both components will carry equal weight in the overall score.

In the search for Ireland’s premier food destination, applications from all over the country were thoroughly assessed and narrowed down by an independent panel of judges.

Both West Cork finalists are up against the Boyne Valley, Derry, Dungarvan, Howth, Kilkenny, Loop Head and the Burren in Clare, and Sligo.

The winning town or destination will be crowned ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ in October.

The ‘Foodie Town of Ireland’ award recognises a destination that actively promotes itself through joint promotional activities such as food festivals, gourmet trails or farmers’ markets as well as great dining experiences. The winning Irish destination will have established a local producer or supplier network which is utilised and promoted by local businesses. Plans for future growth and investment into the food and hospitality industry at a local level will also be taken into consideration by judges. Education, training, development and employment will be key components of the ultimate foodie destination.

Online voting is now taking place at www.foodietowns.ie and the ultimate ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ will be announced in October.

KINSALE and West Cork have both been named, separately, as finalists in the Restaurants Association of Ireland’s ‘Foodie Towns’ competition for 2015.

Each of the ten finalists will now receive a pre-arranged visit by a pair of independent assessors in the coming weeks.

The assessment will be combined with a national public voting campaign where the public can choose their winning foodie destination out of the ten finalists – this can be done through www.foodietowns.ie. Both components will carry equal weight in the overall score.

In the search for Ireland’s premier food destination, applications from all over the country were thoroughly assessed and narrowed down by an independent panel of judges.

Both West Cork finalists are up against the Boyne Valley, Derry, Dungarvan, Howth, Kilkenny, Loop Head and the Burren in Clare, and Sligo.

The winning town or destination will be crowned ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ in October.

The ‘Foodie Town of Ireland’ award recognises a destination that actively promotes itself through joint promotional activities such as food festivals, gourmet trails or farmers’ markets as well as great dining experiences. The winning Irish destination will have established a local producer or supplier network which is utilised and promoted by local businesses. Plans for future growth and investment into the food and hospitality industry at a local level will also be taken into consideration by judges. Education, training, development and employment will be key components of the ultimate foodie destination.

Online voting is now taking place at www.foodietowns.ie and the ultimate ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ will be announced in October.

KINSALE and West Cork have both been named, separately, as finalists in the Restaurants Association of Ireland’s ‘Foodie Towns’ competition for 2015.

Each of the ten finalists will now receive a pre-arranged visit by a pair of independent assessors in the coming weeks.

The assessment will be combined with a national public voting campaign where the public can choose their winning foodie destination out of the ten finalists – this can be done through www.foodietowns.ie. Both components will carry equal weight in the overall score.

In the search for Ireland’s premier food destination, applications from all over the country were thoroughly assessed and narrowed down by an independent panel of judges.

Both West Cork finalists are up against the Boyne Valley, Derry, Dungarvan, Howth, Kilkenny, Loop Head and the Burren in Clare, and Sligo.

The winning town or destination will be crowned ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ in October.

The ‘Foodie Town of Ireland’ award recognises a destination that actively promotes itself through joint promotional activities such as food festivals, gourmet trails or farmers’ markets as well as great dining experiences. The winning Irish destination will have established a local producer or supplier network which is utilised and promoted by local businesses. Plans for future growth and investment into the food and hospitality industry at a local level will also be taken into consideration by judges. Education, training, development and employment will be key components of the ultimate foodie destination.

Online voting is now taking place at www.foodietowns.ie and the ultimate ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ will be announced in October.

KINSALE and West Cork have both been named, separately, as finalists in the Restaurants Association of Ireland’s ‘Foodie Towns’ competition for 2015.

Each of the ten finalists will now receive a pre-arranged visit by a pair of independent assessors in the coming weeks.

The assessment will be combined with a national public voting campaign where the public can choose their winning foodie destination out of the ten finalists – this can be done through www.foodietowns.ie. Both components will carry equal weight in the overall score.

In the search for Ireland’s premier food destination, applications from all over the country were thoroughly assessed and narrowed down by an independent panel of judges.

Both West Cork finalists are up against the Boyne Valley, Derry, Dungarvan, Howth, Kilkenny, Loop Head and the Burren in Clare, and Sligo.

The winning town or destination will be crowned ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ in October.

The ‘Foodie Town of Ireland’ award recognises a destination that actively promotes itself through joint promotional activities such as food festivals, gourmet trails or farmers’ markets as well as great dining experiences. The winning Irish destination will have established a local producer or supplier network which is utilised and promoted by local businesses. Plans for future growth and investment into the food and hospitality industry at a local level will also be taken into consideration by judges. Education, training, development and employment will be key components of the ultimate foodie destination.

Online voting is now taking place at www.foodietowns.ie and the ultimate ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ will be announced in October.

KINSALE and West Cork have both been named, separately, as finalists in the Restaurants Association of Ireland’s ‘Foodie Towns’ competition for 2015.

Each of the ten finalists will now receive a pre-arranged visit by a pair of independent assessors in the coming weeks.

The assessment will be combined with a national public voting campaign where the public can choose their winning foodie destination out of the ten finalists – this can be done through www.foodietowns.ie. Both components will carry equal weight in the overall score.

In the search for Ireland’s premier food destination, applications from all over the country were thoroughly assessed and narrowed down by an independent panel of judges.

Both West Cork finalists are up against the Boyne Valley, Derry, Dungarvan, Howth, Kilkenny, Loop Head and the Burren in Clare, and Sligo.

The winning town or destination will be crowned ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ in October.

The ‘Foodie Town of Ireland’ award recognises a destination that actively promotes itself through joint promotional activities such as food festivals, gourmet trails or farmers’ markets as well as great dining experiences. The winning Irish destination will have established a local producer or supplier network which is utilised and promoted by local businesses. Plans for future growth and investment into the food and hospitality industry at a local level will also be taken into consideration by judges. Education, training, development and employment will be key components of the ultimate foodie destination.

Online voting is now taking place at www.foodietowns.ie and the ultimate ‘Foodie Town of Ireland 2015’ will be announced in October.

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