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What do you think is the most popular Irish product in Oz?

Is it Tayto? Barry’s Tea? Cadburys?

IT’S A FAR cry from Tayto Park in Co Meath, but Mr Tayto has paid a visit to the beaches of Sydney to hand out some free goodies.

The crisps are Taste Ireland’s most popular imported product, followed closely by Barry’s Tea. The company imports and distributes 150 Irish products in Australia.

The Tayto mascot was on hand this week to celebrate the launch of Salt and Vinegar down under.

Very kind of you Mr Tayto, but how are you coping wearing a full suit? The temperatures in Sydney this week reached 46 degrees!

What do you think is the most popular Irish product in Oz?
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All pictures: Taste Ireland

A Taste Ireland- spokesperson told TheJournal.ie that as well as being popular with expats…

They are also well known in the mainstream market. They are available nationwide… it seems the Australian market can’t get enough.

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