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Suzanne Tallon of the Brooklodge & Macreddin Village in Aughrim with Sam Reid of Tourism Ireland at the BBC Good Food Show in Birmingham.

Suzanne Tallon of the Brooklodge & Macreddin Village in Aughrim with Sam Reid of Tourism Ireland at the BBC Good Food Show in Birmingham.

Suzanne Tallon of the Brooklodge & Macreddin Village in Aughrim with Sam Reid of Tourism Ireland at the BBC Good Food Show in Birmingham.

AN AUGHRIM hotel flew the flag for Irish food abroad recently as part of the Tourism Ireland stand at the Good Food Show in Birmingham.

Suzanne Tallon from Brooklodge & Macreddin Village, Aughrim, joined a variety of representatives from hotels, B&BS, guesthouses, food producers and restaurants to promote the best of the country's culinary produce.

The show, which attracted an estimated 80,000 visitors, is the largest consumer food and drink exhibition in Great Britain.

This is Tourism Ireland's 11th year to attend the show, helping to raise awareness of the island of Ireland as a superb food tourism destination.

As a result of Tourism Ireland's promotional campaigns in Great Britain in recent years, Ireland has become increasingly known for its high quality, natural produce and the fine ingredients that are used to create both traditional and innovative dishes.


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