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Tayto Pop-Up Shop Staying Open for St Patrick’s Day

Tayto’s crisp sandwich pop-up shop on Wicklow Street will stay open until St Patrick’s Day instead of its original closing date of the 15th of March.

The shop sells Tayto crisp sandwiches for €2 with €1 going to the Dublin Simon Community, as well as Tayto merchandise. Visitors can also but tickets to Tayto Park, opening in Ashbourne on the 26th of March.

The flavours on sale are Cheese and Onion Classic, Prawn Cocktail Treat, Salt and Vinegar Sarnie and Smokey Bacon Butty.

It was opened as part of Tayto’s ‘More Than Just A Crisp’ Campaign, which is supported by a TV ad spot promoting the Tayto brand as a part of everyday Irish life and a boost when things go wrong.

© 2015 European Supermarket Magazine – your source for the latest retail news. Article by Jenny Whelan.

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