• Service: Advisory, Tax
  • Industry: Food, Drink, Agri-Business & Bloodstock
  • Type: Business and industry issue, KPMG information
  • Date: 19/11/2013

Supporting Irish Food & Agribusiness 

Food & Agribusiness is Ireland’s most important indigenous industry, with over 230,000 jobs linked to it through direct or indirect employment. With over €9 billion of produce being exported annually, this industry is essential to our economic future.


Retailer and producer consolidation, relentless cost pressures and ever changing consumer tastes are key drivers for our clients in the Food, Drink, Agri-Business & Bloodstock industries. Combine these with intense competition and the search for new, profitable markets and the scale of the business challenges are self-evident. Despite these challenges, Ireland is well positioned as a nation with generations of experience and an excellent reputation to benefit from future growth.


To find out more about how we can help your business, download our brochure An Appetite for Success: Supporting Irish Food & Agribusiness (PDF, 605KB).

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Champion Stakes 2015

Champion Stakes


For the fourth consecutive year, KPMG is pleased to confirm sponsorship of the Champion Stakes race meeting at Leopardstown on Saturday, 12 September through our title race, the KPMG Enterprise Stakes.


Agribusiness - The opportunity for Ireland

We’ve partnered with the Irish Farmers Journal to bring you the third annual IFJ/KPMG Agribusiness Report launched at Dublin’s RDS on Tuesday 19 May 2015.


Our report assesses the key issues and opportunities for Irish agribusiness with particular perspectives on how technology will impact consumption patterns, the growth of the world’s middle classes and the implications for the agri sector.

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