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Fyffes unveils National Banana Day plans
In its second year, the event is intended, in part, to give support to the national drive to encourage better, more-healthy eating habits – especially amongst young and growing children. Its parallel purpose will be to encourage consumers to include bananas as a wholly natural and nutritious ‘convenience’ food or a main meal accompaniment.
Fyffes marketing manager Emma Hunt-Duffy pictured at the launch of National Banana Day 2018, in support of Temple Street Children’s Hospital.
A key aim of the event will be to encourage chefs, food writers and others to be even more creative in developing recipes that would see bananas being incorporated more widely on menus – not just as a dessert choice but as a starter course or savoury main meal addition.
Parents and budding little chefs throughout the country are being invited to put their culinary talents to work by creating their own banana-inspired dishes and recipe suggestions. Winning creations will feature on the Fyffes Kitchen menu and posted on the company’s social media pages to support Temple Street Children’s Hospital.
In Dublin, residents, workers and those many visitors to the city can give their backing to the campaign and support Temple Street Hospital by savouring an array of quirky banana-infused dishes, which will include starters, main courses and desserts, being served through the pop-up Fyffes Kitchen appearing over three days at Spencer Dock Market (April 18th), Mespil Road Market (19th) and Sandyford Market (20th).
Commenting on what she describes as a ‘tasty appeal on behalf of a worthy children’s charity’, Fyffes marketing manager Emma Hunt-Duffy said: “our goal on National Banana Day will be to highlight what a fun, healthy and adaptable fruit bananas are whilst supporting the very important work being done by Temple Street Children’s Hospital”.
Denise Fitzgerald, Chief Executive with Temple Street Foundation says, "We are thrilled and excited that Fyffes have chosen to partner with Temple Street Foundation for their Banana Day activities again this year. By simply trying out the delicious Fyffes pop-up Kitchen dishes next week you'll also be making a really positive impact on our hospital and the thousands of sick children who come here in need of urgent medical care. From all of us in Temple Street - thank you Fyffes for your continued support."
Those wishing to support Temple Street with a €4 donation can do so also by texting the word BANANA to 50300 of which a minimum €3.25 will go directly to the Hospital.
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