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Eden Vegan Sausages are perfect for the summer BBQ season or Sunday morning fry ups

A round-up of the latest news for FMCG marketeers for the week 18-25 June 2019

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Due to the success of the Eden range, the sustainably sourced, chilled, vegan and vegetarian friendly food brand, has added two new vegan products to its range, Curried Cauliflower Bites (RRP €3) and a Vegan Sausage (RRP €3).

Launched earlier this year and now with seven products in the range, the Eden range uses only natural, wholesome and sustainably sourced ingredients. The latest Curried Cauliflower Bites include a blend of cauliflower, turmeric and spices, the perfect snacking option or side dish, while the Eden Vegan Sausages are plant based, blended using traditional seasonings and spices with a robust texture and flavour perfect for the summer BBQ season or Sunday morning fry ups.

The latest products join the Eden range of vegan and vegetarian friendly burgers in a choice of Curried Cauliflower, Spinach and Feta, Beetroot and Kale or Garden Vegetable and sides of Beetroot and Kale bites.

For more information on the Eden range, visit: 

www.EdenFoods.ie

Insta: Eden_Foods

Facebook: Eden_Foods

Twitter: Eden_Foods


The House of Peroni is bringing a new wave of Italian style to Dublin this August

The House of Peroni returns to Dublin this summer for its fourth instalment, from Thursday, 22 August, until Sunday, 1 September, 2019. Part of a global House of Peroni series, which includes events in Barcelona, Paris, Stockholm, Santiago and Johannesburg, this year’s Dublin residency will see the Royal Hibernian Academy on Ely Place, Dublin 2, transformed into a stylish Peroni inspired experience, open to the public.

Earlier in the spring, Peroni Nastro Azzurro took nine creatives, known as the Creative Council, on a trip to Puglia in Italy, including three Irish creatives – Roisin Lafferty, multi award winning designer, Killian Crowley, chef de partie at Michelin-starred Aniar restaurant in Galway, and Kev Freeney, a creative director in Algorithm, widely known for their highly technical and creative productions. They were immersed in the style of Peroni along with the beauty of authentic Italian design, culture, architecture, food and craftsmanship, and will bring this inspiration back to Dublin to create this year’s House of Peroni residency experience.

Follow Peroni Ireland on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for the latest updates, or visit www.thehouseofperoni.com.


New research reveals taking your dog to work increases job satisfaction by 22%

A new report ‘Taking Dogs into the Office’[1] sponsored by Purina Human-Animal Bond Studies sponsorship programme and conducted by researchers at the University of Lincoln (UK) shows that employees who often take their dog to work report 22% higher satisfaction with working conditions. This new research is the first to quantify the benefits and the impact of dogs in the office on work-related and dog-related outcomes. It measures parameters such as employees’ engagement and wellbeing or their control over decisions at work, and analyses how the bond between dogs and their owners can be reinforced by being together as well in the office.

Meanwhile, Nestlé UK & Ireland, Purina’s sister company, has been welcoming dogs into many of its offices since 2015, with its main offices in Dublin, Gatwick, and York now has over 100 four legged colleagues on the payroll. The company is committed to promoting dog-friendly workplaces to help more people and pets enjoy the benefits of spending more time together. To support more organisations to become dog-friendly, Purina has developed the Pets at Work Alliance, a framework for other companies to follow and enable their employees to bring their pets to work.


World Cheese Awards open for entry

The World Cheese Awards opened for entry on Monday 22 July, with organisers, the Guild of Fine Food calling for cheesemakers across the globe to submit their products into the largest cheese-only competition on the planet. Dedicated only to cheese, with no other dairy products judged, the World Cheese Awards will take place in Italy for the very first time on Friday 18 October, forming part of the FORME cheese festival in Bergamo.

Following another record-breaking number of entries in 2018, more than 3,500 entries are expected in Lombardy this year, making their way from over 40 different countries in six continents. The global cheese community will gather to judge all entries in a single day, bringing together cheesemakers, retailers, buyers, consumers and food commentators in a truly international celebration of all things cheese.

The World Cheese Awards will be open for entry from Monday 22 July until Monday 9 September, unless the entry cap is reached before this date – early entry is recommended. Producers can enter online at www.gff.co.uk/wca.


 



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