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Tayto To Bring A Fan Home For Paddy’s Day

By Steve Wynne-Jones

As part of its St. Patrick’s Day promotions, Tayto will be bringing one lucky fan home to Ireland from anywhere in the world.

The crisp company has also redesigned its cheese & onion bag with the green, white and orange tricolour to celebrate the occasion.

In order to enter the competition, customers need to follow the instructions on the special tricolour packs, with the lucky winner also receiving two VIP tickets to St. Patrick’s Festival.

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As well as that, fans are also be in with a chance to have a box of Tayto delivered to their loved ones around the world.

Indeed, according to Checkout Magazine’s ‘Diaspora Decides’ study in association with Behaviour and Attitudes, Tayto crisps are the ‘most missed’ food by Irish emigrants, outperforming other favourites such as Cadbury chocolate, Kerrygold butter, and Barry’s and Lyon’s tea.

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