Club Orange captured some of the loveliest parts about life in Ireland last month with their new campaign for #TheBestBits.
If you missed it, here's a look back (beware – you may well up):
People all over Ireland got on board with the campaign, opening up about their own "best bits" of life in Ireland, from a day at the Aviva…
To a woolly jumper on a cold day…
Club Orange decided it was high time to bring the best bits to life, and set out to grant some wishes for the people of Ireland. The results, as expected, are guaranteed to make you smile:
An Irish company that distributes local foods over to Ozzie has closed a major deal.
Eamon Eastwood’s Taste Ireland has signed a contract with Australian retail giants Coles to stock some of our favorite foods such as Tayto crisps, Barry’s Tea, and Club Orange in about 600 shops across Australia and New Zealand.
It’s unsurprising that he was able to close such a deal, since there was huge demand for last year’s limited edition Tayto Milk Chocolate bar down under.
Although 600 isn’t a huge number, it certainly is a good start and the very fact that we will be able to get Irish food abroad, is touching itself.
Who knows, today its Australia but tomorrow it could be the U.S – there’s nothing wrong with wishful thinking.