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Irish whiskey export value exceeded €1bn for the first time in 2022

Written by Robert McHugh, on 23rd Jan 2023. Posted in General

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The Irish Whiskey Association announced this week that the value of Irish whiskey exports to the all-island economy exceeded one billion euros for the first time in 2022. 

The assessment by the Irish Whiskey Association is based on CSO/Eurostat data from Ireland and member data from Northern Ireland. The Irish Whiskey Association regards export value as representing a more accurate picture of the contribution to the all-island economy than global retail value.

Commenting on the figures, Director of the Irish Whiskey Association, William Lavelle said, "Breaking one billion in export value represents another important milestone in the Irish whiskey renaissance and confirms the importance of our unique all-island industry to our shared economy, north and south."

He added, "Across the island of Ireland, the growth in Irish whiskey exports has created more quality jobs, brought more investment into regional and rural communities, and led to more purchasing from Irish farmers."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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