Feast on St Patrick's Day

Bord Bia is preparing to bring Irish food and drink to an international audience with a series of promotional activities across 18 countries.

The St Patrick’s themed global programme will include events for consumers, retailers, trade and foodservice operators to highlight the range, quality and supply capability of Irish food and drink.

Customers worldwide recognise that Irish food and drink is world class: that it is high quality, distinctive, and made by a diverse range of creative producers from a unique and fortuitous island location.

Sustainable production

Our producers set the global standard in sustainable production – meeting the responsibility we all have to the planet, to society, and to future generations.

In an environment of ongoing uncertainty, it is more important than ever for Irish food, drink and horticulture exporters to remain focused on anticipating consumer needs and offer agile solutions to customers.

Increased exports

Ireland’s food, drink and horticulture exports increased by 22% in 2022 to reach a new record high of €16.7 billion.

Bord Bia inforgraphic with statistics from 2022, stating In 2022 Ireland exported €16.7 billion of Irish food and drink worldwide
In 2022 Ireland exported €16.7 billion of Irish food and drink worldwide

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Bord Bia's St Patrick's Day Programme

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