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This new service delivers Irish treats to emigrants all over the world

This changes EVERYTHING.

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AS EVERY IRISH emigrant knows – one of the chief concerns when you’re abroad is getting your hands on top quality Irish treats.

You often have to trek to a speciality shop or wait for your mam to send over a care package.

Well, no longer.

A new website called A Slice of Home takes all your favourite Irish treats and ships them directly to you abroad. As they say on their site, they ship them all over the world – and it’s an important national service:

Mammies and Daddies across Ireland have been getting calls and texts about all these things their kids miss and then have to go all over to buy them and pack them and post them.
There’s also “Irish shops” and shops with “Irish sections” in countries everywhere but they’re overpriced and usually a bit out of the way for many.

Yes, they have Lyons and Barry’s tea

lyonsbarrys

They also stock Tayto AND King

tayto-crisps Source: Largofoods

No need for any inferior foreign crisps.

They have an absolute rake of Irish Cadbury chocolate flavours too

sliceofhome Source: A Slice of Home

Double Deckers, Flakes, Mint Crips – everything an Irish emigrant has ever wanted with none of the fuss.

Spread the word. The treats you have missed the most are now a hassle-free click away.

Droooool.

Written by David Elkin and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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