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Most consumers against vegetable price wars

Mar 26, 2014 • Irish Times
The Agri Aware survey of more than 1,000 people also found almost 88 per cent of people think legislation should be introduced to ensure food producers get a fair price from supermarkets. A Bill expected to address this issue has been promised by the ... More

Ultra-cheap vegetables unpopular with public

Apr 11, 2014 • Cork News
The Agri Aware survey comes after some of the country's leading supermarkets waged a vegetable price war in the run-up to Christmas. Retailers sold produce, including carrots, onions and potatoes for as little as 5 cent per kilo in an initiative which ... More

Get busy in the garden to teach your children to 'eat the rainbow'

Apr 9, 2014 • Irish Independent
Agri Aware's Incredible Edibles project is a healthy eating initiative for primary school students across Ireland. It encourages schools across Ireland to grow fruit and vegetables and to learn about their nutritive value and food origin. This project ... More

Demand for Ag courses up

Mar 25, 2014 • Leinster Express
A background document on the new Agricultural Science syllabus will be delivered by the NCCA in April of this year. Agri Aware and IASTA have stated that it will play a key role in ensuring that the new syllabus is representative of modern farming ... More

Festival fun

Apr 2, 2014 • Galway Advertiser
Molly McGrath pictured at the Agri Aware mobile farm in South Park, part of last year's Galway Food Festival. Photo: Boyd Challenger. The launch of the programme for the third Galway Food Festival was held on Monday in one of my favourite Galway hang ... More

Life lessons on healthy food

Mar 25, 2014 • Irish Independent
At the launch of Agri Aware's Incredible Edibles project 2014 are Mia Grendon (7), Erin Agbontaen (8) and Kasem Smith (8) from Our Lady of the Wayside National School, Bluebell, Dublin. The Incredible Edibles programme is an initiative which educates ... More

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