Food Academy retail sales set to top €25M in 2016

JC260616 REPRO FREE Thousands attend 2016 Cork and Kerry Food Forum: More than 5,000 attended the first day of the Cork and Kerry Food Forum, and thousands more are expected to attend the second day at City Hall Cork. Guest chefs at the Cork and Kerry Food Forum included David and Stephen Flynn of The Happy Pear. The identical twins, who are also SuperValu Good Food Karma ambassadors, shared their vegan and wholesome approach to eating, their favourite recipes through hugely popular free cookery demonstrations and their philosophy of making natural and healthy food mainstream.The free event will take place again Monday 27 of June from 12 - 5pm in Cork City Hall, with cookery demonstrations by one of Ireland’s best-loved chefs and SuperValu ambassador, Kevin Dundon. Pictured outside Cork City Hall are identical twins, all food and drink producers Adrian and Adrian and Padraig Hyde of Munster Brewery, David and Stephen Flynn of The Happy Pear and Tracy and Carol Desmond of Trace of Cakes with Martin Shanahan, MD of SuperValu (centre). Photo Joleen Cronin

Pictured Adrian and Padraig Hyde of Munster Brewery, David and Stephen Flynn of The Happy Pear and Tracy and Carol Desmond of Trace of Cakes with Martin Shanahan, MD of SuperValu (centre).

It was announced at the Cork and Kerry Food Forum that retail sales from companies supported by the Food Academy programme are expected to top €25 million in 2016.

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