Say Cheese!

Murphy, Orla
October 2008
Checkout;Oct2008, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p72
The article discusses how the change in the Irish consumers' taste has bolstered the growth in gourmet cheese market. The country ranked 9th of the top ten exporters of cheese which indicates that Ireland is a cheese and dairy centered country. The dairy market has seen growth over the past years by 12.5% from 2002 to 2006. According to TNS Worldpanel, the take home cheese market in Ireland has been boosted by large price increases and value growth while volume has remained static.


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