Irish people wasting millions on gluten-free 'fad', says doctor - Irish Times

People in Ireland are wasting tens of millions of euro each year on high-priced gluten-free products that do little or nothing to improve their health, a doctor has said. Irish residents increased their spend on gluten-free food by €25 million over the ...

One in five now shop for gluten-free food. How does this impact Irish farming? - Agriland

One in five Irish people shop for gluten-free food regularly, according to new Bord Bia research. The gluten-free market in Ireland is estimated to be worth €66 million, with a 36% increase since last year. Paula Donoghue, Bord Bia's Consumer Insight ...

1 in 5 regularly buy gluten-free foods - Irish Health

Some 20% of Irish people regularly shop for gluten-free products, despite the fact that just 1% of the population has been medically diagnosed with coeliac disease, new research has shown. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. People with ...

One in five Irish people are regular gluten free shoppers - Business World (press release) (blog)

One in five (20%) Irish people shop for gluten free food regularly, according to new Bord Bia research. The gluten free market in Ireland is estimated to be worth some €66 million, experiencing a 36% increase since last year (Kantar Worldpanel ...

One in 5 eating gluten-free despite only 1% of people being coeliac - Newstalk 106-108 fm

New research shows that one in five Irish people are shopping for gluten free food regularly, with the market in Ireland is estimated to be worth some €66 million. However, despite more people opting to go sans-gluten, only 1% of people have been ...

Farmer writes: education is key in face of vegan and animal rights attacks - Irish Farmers Journal

Bord Bia has a vital role to play in providing engaging marketing schemes within Ireland and abroad that represent farmers.. 1. PrevNext. Organic farmer Jane Shackleton says preaching to the converted isn't going to cut it for Irish farmers if we want ...

Sheep producers call for clarity on use of NI imports - Irish Independent

Sheep farmers are calling for more stringent supervision by Bord Bia on the use of the Origin Green Irish labelling to ensure its credibility in the light of high levels of imports from Northern Ireland and Britain. ICSA sheep chairman, John Brooks ...