Greene Farm teams up with Clodagh McKenna for lunch campaign
Greene Farm has teamed up with TV chef, Clodagh McKenna, to help change Ireland’s lunch break culture with their #TakeBackLunch campaign, which encourages workers to make the most of their free hour every day.
12 June 2018 | 0
Greene Farm has teamed up with TV chef, Clodagh McKenna, to help change Ireland’s lunch break culture with the Take Back Lunch campaign. McKenna and Greene Farm, which produces pre-packed meats, will offer tips, advice and healthy recipes as they encourage the nation’s workers to change their lunch time habits and make the most of their hour off. Top tips, recipes and ideas can be found on the Greene Farm Facebook page or under the hashtag #TakeBackLunch.
Greene Farm makes lunch with hand prepared meats that are 100% natural, and free from additives, allergens and gluten. With only 15% of Irish workers taking time away from their desk for a full hour lunch break, and more than half of us dinning “al desko”, Greene Farm is now on a mission to help Irish people make the most of their lunch breaks this summer. Instead of eating at your desk, why not make a healthy, easy Greene Farm lunch and then get outdoors for a walk, read a book, or take a fitness class?
Clodagh McKenna, Greene Farm ambassador, said: “By skipping lunch, you miss out on 5 hours of ‘me time’ a week, which equates to 30 days of annual leave. Greene Farm’s #TakeBackLunch campaign wants to enable Irish people to own their lunch break again, by getting outside, eating healthy, delicious food and taking some time to themselves. I am a huge advocate of this.”
Greene Farm is available from supermarkets and convenience stores nationwide. Visit www.greenefarmfinefoods.com for more information or get involved on social media using #TakeBackLunch.