All set for Ireland's First National Bread Week!

Wednesday 8th October 2014

Ireland’s first ever NatLove Your Loaf Logoional Bread Week, takes place from 13th to 18th October 2014, and is a chance for everyone to ‘Love Your Loaf’ and celebrate all that is great about Irish bread.

We are delighted to be a sponsor of this momentous event.

Events will be taking place for National Bread Week in bakeries and stores across Ireland from October 13th to 18th. Many will be offering tastings and promotions as well as events for local communities and the chance to meet the men and women responsible for Ireland’s bread. The week offers the perfect opportunity to learn more about bread – its value, versatility and the fantastic variety on offer every day.

TV chef and author, Rachel Allen, will be speaking about her love of bread at the launch of National Bread Week on Monday 13th October and supporting the campaign on the website and Twitter.

Bread ImageOther events that will be running throughout the week include:

 - The campaign is being launched to media and the industry at Bord Bia on Monday 13th by Senator Feargal Quinn and also speaking are Rachel Allen and dietician Dr Mary McCreery who will be dispelling some of the myths around bread and health. 
 - On Tuesday 14th we are revealing the largest soda bread, made by FCBA President Patrick McCloskey at St Stephen’s Green in Dublin
 - On Wednesday 15th  pupils from a local school will be joining students at DIT in Dublin for a baking class
 - Participating bakers and supporters will also be holding their own events and promotions throughout the week


To find out more visit
www.nationalbreadweek.ie, Join the conversation on twitter #LoveYourLoaf or Follow on Facebook


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