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This company is putting together lovely boxes of Irish food to ship to emigrants

Not your usual package from home.

IF YOU’RE AN Irish emigrant in the US (or you know one) you’ll know that the supermarkets and food over there are just…different.

From the weird milk, to the strange butter, to the dizzying cost of things, it can leave you longing for the simplicity of the Irish food shop.

irishtasteclub Source: Irish Taste Club

Irish Taste Club is a subscription service that supports homegrown companies, including O’Donnell’s Crisps, Folláin jam, and Broderick’s.

Every month, subscribers in the US and Ireland are sent a box packed full of special Irish treats – here is this month’s box:

Keogh’s crisps and Ballymaloe relish = KEY.

The founders wanted to help small Irish producers expand their reach, but emigrants living in the US are enjoying the taste of home, too.

If you know someone who’d appreciate something more than Tayto and Purple Snacks in their package from home (though those are very welcome too) you can send a box here.

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