FCCA Ploughing Championships - Mc Cormack's Farm

Media Release

25th September 2013

McCormack's Farm products showcased at IEA Stand at Ploughing Championship 25th September.

 

The Irish Exporters Association Chief Executive John Whelan, today (Wednesday 25th September) welcomed on the IEA stand at the Ploughing Championship McCormack’s Farms of Dunsany, Meath .

McCrmack Farms Ltd are producers and suppliers of Fresh Herbs and Baby Leaf salads. Based in Dunsany Co. Meath, McCormack’s have been in this business for over 25 years.

McCormack’s Farms are in the production process of their new product development under the IEA’S FCCA new product development.

Mc Cormack’s Farm are participating in the Food Chains for Competitive Advantage (FCCA) programme which is funded assistance by the EU’s European Regional Development Fund and supported by Bord Bia. It has been developed by the Irish Exporters Association and  is geared to support 25 Irish food and drink companies to create and launch a range of new products for the export market and will assist innovative companies to overcome some of the barriers to more rapid new innovative products creation and release to market.

John Whelan stated;‘’McCormack’s Farm  is a growing family business and has been in existence as a farm for many decades, supplying premium quality and organic herbs and baby leaf salad.  The company has driven significant sales growth, through continued focus on quality, innovation, service and strong retailer relationships.

I am confident that the companies new products that they are developing under the FCCA programme,  will sell well both here and on export markets ‘’

 

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The FCCA project was made possible through a financial contribution from the European regional Development Fund Ireland Wales (INTERREG 4A) Programme 2007 – 2013. This Media Release reflects the views of the authors only and not those of the Programme Authorities.