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Eoin Lowry is the Agribusiness Editor at the Irish Farmers Journal. From a tillage farm in Ratheniska, Laois, Eoin graduated from UCD with a BAgrSc in 2001. After completing a MAgrSc he started his career as product manager with the French fertilizer company Groupe Roullier. He then moved to the position of operations manager with the Cooney Furlong Grain Company in Wexford. In 2008, he graduated with an MBA from Smurfit School of Business. In the same year he was appointed managing director of Target Fertilizers. Eoin is the current vice president of the Agricultural Science Association (ASA) and a former president of the Irish Fertilizer Marketing Association.
Bord Bia's chief executive Tara McCarthy discusses the strategy for Irish food exports against the headwinds of Trump, Brexit and a slowing Chinese economy.
Leaders from the industry recognise that sustainability will become more important in the future to drive Ireland's growth.
By Eoin Lowry on 18 May 2017
Owen Brennan, chair of Devenish, tells Eoin Lowry how feeding animals to produce superior healthier foods could revolutionise human nutrition and health.
With close to half of its food-to-go products changing every year, Greencore is no stranger to adapting. From sugar beet to sushi, transforming is part of Greencore’s heritage.
By Eoin Lowry on 21 May 2017