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We're doing what we can to support local Irish businesses

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Are you keen to spend some money with Irish food and drink producers during these crazy days?

We'll be posting every day telling you about some great options. Get in touch on our social channels with your suggestions on who we should write about.

Eat More Fish

Galway-based fishmonger Stefan Griesbach not only delivers fresh fish and seafood nationwide via his website eatmorefish.ie – he also has loads of recipes on the site with ideas on how to cook your catch. We're thinking of having a go at the fish tacos.

Forest Avenue

John and Sandy Wyer, owners of the wonderful Forest Avenue restaurant in Dublin 4, have turned their premises into a neighbourhood greengrocer selling everything from freshly-made sourdough, Irish-grown fruit and veg supplied by Sean Hussey, and fish from Niall Sabongi's Sustainable Seafood Ireland. Keep an eye on their social channels for more info on times and product availability - and remember to keep your distance in the queue!

READ MORE: Five delicious dishes to try this week

Wicklow Wolf

Contactless beer collection is on offer at the Wicklow Wolf brewery in Newtownmountkennedy in Co Wicklow - just order online, go to the premises to collect, and the beer will be loaded into your car for you. We particularly like their Elevation pale ale, and they also offer gluten-free and non-alcoholic options. 

Do you know about a food or drink company that we can try to support through the COVID-19 outbreak? Let us know on our Facebook, Instagram or Twitter pages. 

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