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Make the potato the National Veg of Ireland!

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Keogh’s needs YOU to get behind the potato!

Get ready to get your spud on once more as the countdown begins to the second annual National Potato Day on August 25th. This year Keogh's Farm has decided to get serious in showing their love for the spud, and asks Ireland to get behind them in helping to officially declare the potato as the National Vegetable of Ireland.

We want YOU to pledge your allegiance to the potato and help make it “Top of the Crops” in Ireland.


The Keogh family has been growing potatoes in North County Dublin for more than 200 years and pride themselves in being experts in the field of all things spud. Whether your potato of choice is a Rooster, Kerr’s pink, Maris Piper, Baby, Selena or Organic, Keogh’s ensures that each member of the potato family is cooked with the most special ingredient, love!

Tom Keogh, Keogh’s Farm said, ‘After the huge success of National Potato day last year we want to bring it back even bigger and better for the second year anniversary. For this reason we are kick starting this petition so that we can give potatoes the crown of being the National Vegetable of Ireland. Last year we got to show off all the special qualities of the potato and we hope that this year even more people will embrace this special day.”

National Potato Day is brought to you by Keogh's, to remind the nation of just how delicious and nutritious the spud is! The next time you buy a bag of spuds, not only are you getting a great meal but you are supporting local Irish produce and business. Potatoes are low fat, suit all budgets, adaptable to all pallets and a great source of vitamins and minerals but most of all Irish Spuds are delicious!

For more information on Ireland's 2nd National Potato Day on August 25th  please visit:

 To find out more about Keogh's and some yummy potato recipes visit: www.keoghs.ie



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Visit our website www.keoghs.ie
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