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Calling Fermanagh Shoppers to Switch to Local

14 October 2013

Have you made the Switch to Local yet? Tesco has put its support behind local firms like Kettyle Irish Foods in Lisnaskea in a drive to encourage its customers to switch to buying more locally produced food & drink.


It is estimated that if every household switched just one or two products on the weekly shopping list for a home-grown or locally-made alternative, the Northern Ireland food & drink industry could be boosted by many millions of pounds and thousands of local jobs secured. Itís a simple (and tasty) way we can all do our bit to support our own. Shoppers can easily spot local products in Tesco stores with the Taste NI logo on shelf and on packs. For more info and to join the campaign visit www.switchtolocal.info or follow on www.facebook.com/tastenorthernireland

The Kettyle Irish Foods team has welcomed the launch of the Tesco Switch to Local campaign at their Lisnaskea HQ. Pictured are Ian Kernaghan, Production Manager, Belinda Carey, receptionist, Gemma Jennings, Sales and Duane Kille, Factory Manager.

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