John and Sally McKenna began their research into Irish food, giving up their Dublin flat, and splurging on a broken-down Renault 4. They set off around Ireland to discover what they hoped would be an exciting food culture, and John has written about Irish food ever since.
Over the years, John & Sally McKenna has discovered that using the Bridgestone logos and displaying a Bridgestone Plaque is the surest way to attract the smartest, most appreciative customers to your door. People trust the veracity of the Bridgestone awards, simple as that.
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Authentic Irish Food
Farmhouse, Cottage, Hand-made; whilst these or similar terns have been hyjacked by shameful industry bods to cloak themselves in an aura of authenticity, real specialist food producers have been put through the hoops if they want to indicate the true nature of their product. A number of producers have requested Bridgestone to devise a logo for the producers of true handmade food sold in its locality, and this is what thay’ve come up with – the new Bridgestone Authentic logo come from the Greek word “authentic”, meaning a person who does things for him or her self. Marketeers, artisans, farmers and all who produce real food can now enjoy a new symbol of true merit’ Authentic Irish Food!