23rd Jun 2018
On Thursday, 21st June guests were treated to an exclusive IMAGE x Greene Farm #TakeBackLunch event at the gorgeous La Cucina restaurant at Farrier & Draper, located on South William St.
Instead of skipping lunch or scoffing a rushed sandwich at your desk, which we’re all guilty of, Greene Farm is aiming to encourage the people of Ireland to take a break from their desk and to help clear their head with their #TakeBackLunch campaign – a subject very close to their hearts.
For the first half of the event, IMAGE editor in chief Lizzie-Gore Grimes was joined by the lovely Laura Archer. Laura is a born and bred Londoner who works full time at the Museum of London running their events and is the author of this very clever little book; Gone For Lunch: 52 things to do in your lunch break – so needless to say she knows a thing or two about making the most of her lunch break. During their discussion both Lizzie and Laura urged the audience to get up and get out during their lunch break, whether it’s going for a walk, reading a book, or even catching up with a friend. After all, your health is your wealth.
For the second half of the event, guests were escorted downstairs to the lovely La Cucina restaurant and treated to a delicious and healthy lunch, which consisted of two new products from Greene Farm’s range; Sriracha and Tex Mex mini chicken fillets made from 100% natural ingredients and free from allergens and additives. The perfect addition to any salad or sandwich combo to give you the perfect lunch every time.
Photographed by Kieran Harnett
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