18 Dec Opportunities for growth in the Irish Food Sector
Recent developments in the Irish Food Sector paint an optimistic picture for growth in 2015 and beyond. The announcement of Glanbia’s newest Irish plant opening in Cavan this month, along with the government’s recent trade mission to China all point toward boosted growth and continued financial gain.
What these opportunities also present however is the challenge to advance and improve the Irish Food Sector as a whole – to identify areas where our food production companies can augment internal procedures, policies and boost efficiency etc.
Ireland is the fifth largest exporter of beef globally, while France is our second largest export market and Irish food exports have increased by 42% since 2009.
While this is continued success for the Irish agri food sector, it also indicates greater competition, now on a global scale. While the quality of the produce from ireland cannot be disputed in many areas, large Irish food companies are now face competition on a global scale for substantial contracts and exposure.
Customer service and care is where this distinction will make all the difference for companies.
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