Welcome to our Food and AgriBusiness Report 2021

This report is based on the insights provided by 213 owner-managers of food and agribusinesses from across Ireland.

Optimism rebounds for Irish Food & AgriBusiness SMEs

Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) on agenda for SMEs. Increased costs and recruitment difficulties affecting over two-thirds of businesses.

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Optimism rebounds for Irish Food & AgriBusiness SMEs

Download the 2021 Ifac Food & AgriBusiness Report

This report is based on in-depth research conducted by Amárach Research. The findings are clear and reveal the current sentiment of Ireland's food and agribusiness sectors straight from the industry leaders.

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Download the key findings of the ifac 2021 Food & AgriBusiness Report covering Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) trends, sustainability, and how Covid-19 and Brexit have affected optimism levels. #ifacReport

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Find out more about our ESG

At Ifac, we believe in supporting our communities, working with our clients and teams and playing our part in protecting the environment for this generation and the next.

Food and AgriBusiness Report Launch Webinar

Watch our full webinar with Fran McNulty and Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe. Listen back to some brilliant insights from our panel discussion with Niall Harty, All Real Nutrition; Sean MacHale, Bank of Ireland; Audrey O'Shea, Glanbia; and David Leydon, Ifac Ireland.

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Food and AgriBusiness Report Launch Webinar

Download the 2020 ifac Food & AgriBusiness Report

This report is based on in-depth research conducted by Amárach Research in 2020. See how the findings from 2020 compare with the 2021 Report.

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At ifac, we use our financial expertise and sectoral knowledge to support and help drive growth throughout this sector. We believe our annual Food and AgriBusiness Report is packed with timely advice for SMEs to help plan the way forward for their businesses. Taking the time to plan how your business will evolve and grow is worthwhile and will make a sustained difference to your future

David Leydon, Head of Food & AgriBusiness