Irish abroad – missing Taytos and Cadbury’s buttons?

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Irish food delivered worldwide

Irish people living abroad can get their favourite treats from home at the touch of a button wherever they are in the world thanks to a new trend of online snack delivery websites.

Irish food delivered worldwide

Food Ireland and Xpat Food are just a couple of websites that can make those long nights when you are feeling isolated and alone that bit more bearable by delivering a fresh pack of Barry’s Tea and a delicious bag of Cadbury’s Chocolate Buttons for you to tuck into.

There are thousands of first generation Irish people living abroad now, in countries as far as Australia and America, many of whom have left in the past ten years. There are also thousands more in their forties, fifties and sixties who left years ago and have set up new lives abroad.

There is always something people miss from home though.

Many Irish people may have children who have not yet visited Ireland. These sites give these parents the perfect opportunity to treat their kids to the same Taytos crisps or Freddo chocolates that they enjoyed as children.

If you would like to try some of the tastiest Irish snacks, then visit Food Ireland.


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