We are thrilled to be sponsoring the GAA Féile na nGael and Féile Peile na nÓg for a fifth consecutive year.
Like ourselves, the GAA has a rich heritage and deep roots in Irish culture, with a history that stretches back more than 130 years. Their fantastic tournaments shine a spotlight on the GAA superstars of the future, while promoting the importance of wellbeing and nutrition in young people’s development. The competitions see young athletes from national and international teams compete in Gaelic football, ladies Gaelic football, handball, hurling, camogie and rounders as they battle it out to be the best at their level.
But what does it take to be the best? A healthy, nutritionally-balanced diet is a great way to start. From our sustainable fisheries to the Gaelic fields, we’re extremely proud to promote the healthier lifestyles for the next generation of sporting heroes.
Fuel for Féile
Leading Dietician Sarah Keogh explains how the right diet can help you get the best out of your performance.
Nutrition advice for Feile
We would all like to think that our children have a perfect diet – eating lots of fruit, loving vegetables and avoiding junk food at all costs, but in real life there are few kids who wouldn’t throw away an apple for a treat any day of the week.Learn more
Endurance races really are that: endurance. It is the hope that gets you to sign up, the determination to do the training and the sheer grit to get you through to the finish.Learn more