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Clare Prepares for Fleadh

More than 50 Clare businesses operating in the hospitality sector attended an information evening at 

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the Temple Gate Hotel in Ennis last evening (Tuesday, 2 February 2016).
 
The Local Enterprise Office Clare organised the event in preparation for the hosting of Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in Ennis this August.
 
Businesses involved with food handling, including cafés, restaurants, delis, garage forecourts, hotels and temporary stalls were informed of the need for them, and their staff to be fully compliant with food hygiene and food management requirements. A series of workshops were outlined which will focus on a range of topics from food safety, personal hygiene, and the collection, storage and preparation of food.
 
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Crowds Flock to Hospitality Expo

Hospitality Expo 2016 enjoyed a record attendance for a first day when it opened at the RDS yesterday.

The Expo features exhibits from a wide array of suppliers to the industry as well as many special features which include a Business Forum, Tech Zone, Chefs competitions and demonstrations and a concept Honeymoon Suite.

Hospitality Expo is open for its final day this Thursday.

'Hey' Big Spenders

 Twenty Irish tourism businesses came together at the Westbury Hotel in Dublin , for a networking even

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t organised by Tourism Ireland. The event – which was also attended by the Irish Ambassador to China, Paul Kanavagh – explored Ireland’s potential to attract more high net worth travellers from across the globe and how to increase retail travel.
 
 Pictured are Niall Gibbons, CEO of Tourism Ireland; HE Paul Kavanagh, Irish Ambassador to China; and Andrew Marshall, Kildare Village.
 
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Daly Backs Menu Calories

Placing calorie counts on menus is achievable with good planning,  Mary Daly said as her company rebranded to The Food Safety Company at the Hospitality Expo in the RDS.
 
The food safety expert is predicting that 2016 will see customers demand healthier foods than ever before, with a continued demand for gluten, sugar and lactose free foods.
 
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Daly Backs Menu Calories

Placing calorie counts on menus is achievable with good planning,  Mary Daly said as her company rebranded to The Food Safety Company at the Hospitality Expo in the RDS.
 
The food safety expert is predicting that 2016 will see customers demand healthier foods than ever before, with a continued demand for gluten, sugar and lactose free foods.
 
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