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How the humble Irish chipper could fall victim to Brexit

The traditional Irish chipper may turn out to be one of the more unlikely victims of Brexit. Most chippers here import their potatoes from Britain, a supply line that’s looking increasingly at risk from the UK’s increasingly fractious EU divorce. Why do we import spuds to make chipper chips? The potatoes we grow – predominantly Roosters – don’t make good[Read More...]

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