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Poll: Do you make an effort to buy Irish products?

Or are you sidetracked by good deals in large supermarkets?

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FARMER FERGAL ANDERSON writes in TheJournal.ie today, urging people to buy their food locally.

He argues: “Making a decision to rebuild Ireland’s local food systems is a decision made for the future, not the short-term gains of the present. Prioritising access to local, seasonal and fresh food in people’s diets is in reality a long-term investment in health, in public education and in the environment.”

Is this something you already believe in?

Do you make an effort to buy Irish products?


Poll Results:




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