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Meade Potato Co. celebrates National Potato Day!

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Meade Potato Co. is celebrating the spud for National Potato Day on Friday 2nd Oct by doing a series of hamper giveaways on LMFM and an airfryer giveaway through our facebook page.  Up the Spud!


A potato, fruit and veg hamper will be given away every day in the week leading up to National Potato Day 2nd October on the Breakfast show on LMFM with Seamus and Christy.  Tune in from 7-9am to find out why the potato is one of the best nutritional choices you can make and answer a simple question about why the spud is a staple of the Irish diet in order to be in with a chance to win.


Get that airfryer you've always wanted in our National Potato Day airfryer giveaway.  Simply Like our facebook page, tag your friends/family who love their spuds the most and Share the love to be in with a chance to win an airfryer this Friday!  Competition closes on Friday at 4pm.  Winner announced on Friday at 4:30pm.


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Posted on Tuesday, 29 September 2015  |  By Jeni-Meade

Meade Sponsors Outstanding Exhibit, Fruit/Veg Section, @ Royal Meath Show

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Meade Potato Company sponsors the Outstanding Exhibit in Fruit and Veg Section at the Royal Meath Show this Sunday 6 Sept. in Trim, Co. Meath. 


The Royal Meath Show has a long tradition of showcasing the best and brightest of country living in Trim, Co. Meath.  Their Home Industries Section is of a high standard with numerous classes catering for every aspect of the home economies.  With a particularly impressive Fruit and Vegetable Section always on display, Meade Potato Company is delighted to sponsor the award for Outstanding Exhibit in these classes.  

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Posted on Thursday, 3 September 2015  |  By Jeni-Meade


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Clonmellon is celebrating its roots as the first place in Ireland where spuds were grown.  While Youghal in Cork has always laid claim to being the first potato plantation in Ireland, evidence now suggests that Sir Walter Raleigh's ancestral home, Killua Castle, in Clonmellon, Westmeath was where the first potatoes were cultivated, before he began larger scale planting at his Youghal farm.


To celebrate this piece of spud history, Clonmellon is holding its first ever Potato Festival on Sunday, 16 August from 2-6pm.  There will be colcannon, contests and lots of craic on offer with traditional music, bouncy castles, talent contests, cooking contests, spud peeling contests, a 'foodie' fair, Mr. Tayto, and of course our very own Mr. Rooster Spud and Mr. Rooster Chips.



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Posted on Thursday, 13 August 2015  |  By Jeni-Meade

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