Doireann Garrihy and Greg O'Shea team up in campaign paying tribute to Irish dairy farmers 1 month ago

Doireann Garrihy and Greg O'Shea team up in campaign paying tribute to Irish dairy farmers

Brought to you by the National Dairy Council

It's an industry we can always rely on.

The Covid-19 crisis has resulted in huge uncertainty for us all. From our working lives to our social lives, there's a new normal across the board that can be quite daunting to adapt to.

One thing that remains the same, and that we can always continue to rely on, is fresh quality Irish Dairy, thanks to the hard working farmers of Ireland.

The National Dairy Council have launched their new campaign to support Irish dairy farmers and their families who are working tirelessly to feed the country and provide us with our favourite dairy products during these challenging and uncertain times.

Check out the campaign ad below.

Backing the campaign is 2FM's Doireann Garrihy and Love Island winner, Greg O'Shea.

 

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Speaking about the campaign, the 2FM presenter said: "I am delighted to be fronting this campaign on behalf of the National Dairy Council, who I have worked with over the last number of years.

"There are dairy farmers on both sides of my family; I feel very connected to and passionate about celebrating the amazing Irish farmers who produce quality food 365 days a year."

Love Island winner and rugby player, Greg O'Shea, also took to social media to express his dedication and admiration for the campaign.

 

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We know that the coming weeks will be challenging for us all, a balanced diet and keeping active is a good place to start when minding ourselves and our loved ones. Read more on the role of dairy in a balanced diet here!

To support these hard working dairy farmers & their families choose milk with the green rosette, your guarantee of local freshness.

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