TIPPERARY FOOD PRODUCERS
We are a community of food and beverage producers working together in a network to promote the very best food Tipperary has to offer. Creating nutritious foods is what binds us together. The integrity that we offer with our products makes us stand out both nationally and internationally. Our vibrant network of dedicated producers includes cheesemakers and bee-keepers, fruit farmers and cider makers, butchers and bakers and sauce and jam makers. Our members also make ice-cream and sorbet, vegetable oil, as well as sweets, chocolates and crisps. We even have members making corn tortillas and peanut butter.
Ardkeen Quality Food Store has developed a unique food offering.
People want to know about and trust the people who produce their food so we specialise in sourcing the best fresh produce and local foods from artisan food producers that we know and trust.
As an independent supermarket we have the flexibility to buy the produce our customers want.
The original George’s Fish shop opened its doors in Monkstown Farm in 1979 and was run by husband and wife George and Lee Rogerson. George hails from a long line of fishermen and was able to apply his hands-on knowledge to the new business. It quickly grew to become Ocean Marine Ltd which is now one of Dublin’s top fish wholesale suppliers, providing fresh and frozen seafood to the best restaurants, hotels and bars.
Caboose is the first online marketplace in Ireland that gathers the best Irish artisan food and drink producers together in one place. We make it easy for everyone to shop fresh ingredients, incredible flavours and rare recipes.
We are proud supporters of independent producers, connecting them with food lovers. Come join our thriving Caboose community!
Taste Wexford, a food tourism brand that is positioned under the County Tourism destination brand; Visit Wexford. Taste Wexford was developed to drive and promote the adventure side of Wexford’s food and drinks offering, championing our culinary heritage, local producers, agri-tourism experiences and events. Our purpose is to bring people on a journey of growing & making food through experiences, to build our community and develop Wexford as an immersive food destination.
NORMAL LISTING – The advert comprises of the name of your website along with a short description of your store and its services. This advert is FREE.
BUTLERS PANTRY – At The Butler’s Pantry, we make all our food by hand and from scratch in our own kitchen. We rely on the finest ingredients, and we don’t use additives and preservatives, so our food has a shelf life of just a few days. Our menus are short and change with the seasons. The talented chefs and bakers in our kitchen are privileged to work with an abundance of wonderful Irish produce.
CAVISTONS – From its modest fish-shop origins in the mid 1940s, this family-run business has expanded to provide an impressive range of products spanning the seafood and delicatessen spectrum. With the assistance of our trained, specialist staff, Cavistons is also a major supplier of quality food to many of Dublin’s leading restaurants and hotels. and with a thriving export business, particularly of smoked salmon, the company continues to go from strength to strength.
FARMGATE– Since 1988, the Farmgate shop and restaurant has organically grown responding year-by-year to customer demand and to include a lunchtime menu and evening dining. We have also hosted throughout the years many live music events, and the Farmgate has become a natural home to hang contemporary painting and sculpture by Irish artists. We are now running our online business in 2021 – 38 years after our first Farmgate was established in Dineen’s Yard way back in 1983.
KATES KITCHEN– Hello from three sisters with a love of food. We took over Kates Kitchen in 2008 and have been growing ever since. We are located in the heart of Sligo town, along the Wild Atlantic Way. We pour Fixx Coffee and serve homemade lunches which are available to take away in our compostable packaging or grab a seat in our small cafe. Our shelves are packed with Artisan Foods, Lifestyle Gifts, Fine Wines, Bespoke Hampers and a beautiful range of Luxury Cosmetics.
AVOCA – You will find it hard not to splurge on Avoca’s award winning ready-to-go meals, salads, and fresh baking, or raid the handsome selection of Ireland’s leading artisan food producers. Further temptation can be found in the bigger stores that house favourites like James Whelan Craft Butchers, Poulet Bonne Femme rotisseries, Michie Sushi bars, and Mitchell & Sons Wine stores.
GOOD FOOD IRELAND – Good Food Ireland® was established in 2006 and is today the Trustmark for best-in-class food & drink of the island of Ireland, a network of like-minded people and places carefully chosen for their passionate commitment to using Irish ingredients, supporting local farmers, food producers and fishermen. Only those businesses that meet the highest standards, through a strict selection process can join the Good Food Ireland Collection.
CRAFT FOOD TRADERS – At Craft Food Traders we understand that you want to source good, natural, healthy food, drinks and snacks for your family, friends and colleagues. You want to support the local business and the environment by buying Irish and Local. That’s why we set up Craft Food Traders. Because we once shared the same challenge as you.
IRELANDS ARTESIAN PANTRY – Ireland’s Artisan Pantry aims to highlight locally made goods that define a sense of place, tell the story of the maker, and share the products that make Ireland unique. Each box showcases food from different regions in Ireland, allowing you to get to know the island’s geography and local foods. With over 13 years’ experience working in Irish tourism, Aoife has discovered every delicious nook and cranny of the island of Ireland and will also give her top food experiences and destinations to visit each month.
ALLTABOX – Our food items are packed chilled and temperature controlled using recyclable cardboard insulation and reusable gel packs, (put these in your freezer to reuse again and again!). please put the chilled food ingredients into your fridge as soon as you receive.
KEOGHS – At Keogh’s we love a good story. This is the story of our roots, our farm and our family. From crop to crisp… True Story. The heritage of our farm …True Story. We have many stories about how we make our crisps. The true way. No short-cuts taken. We are always striving for perfection and our notebooks are brimming with new and exciting ideas. This is the ongoing story of Keogh’s . This is our True Story.
KD FOOD CO – With over 20 years of experience in the hospitality, events and catering industry, KD Food Co. launched in October 2020. We are dedicated to sourcing quality fresh local and Irish produce with our gourmet cheese and charcuterie grazing boxes. Packed with a delicious selection of Irish cheese, cured meats, seasonal fresh fruit, nuts, raw honey, homemade hummus, chutney, and more! Our platters make for a dreamy accompaniment to a cosy night in by the fire, a weekend treat and a gift for a friend or a colleague.
COOLANOWLE – Coolanowle Foodhall is a family owned and managed foodie haven situated on Dublin Street in Carlow Town with a strong ethos on local and sustainable food production and farm to fork approach. “We champion local artisan producers and organic foods and are always delighted to introduce our customers to some of our favourites and support our local producers.”
CHOCOLATE GARDEN – It has been 80 years since white chocolate was introduced to join milk and dark chocolate on our shelves. Now, after years of research and development, a unique processing technique combines with the Ruby Cocoa Bean to naturally unlock delicious new flavour and colour tone and present this extraordinary new innovative chocolate. Ruby chocolate brings you berry-fruit flavour notes in a smooth luscious creamy chocolate. It is truly a delight to the senses.
McNALLY FAMILY FARM – We are a family run farm, certified organic for over 20 years since 1998. We specialise in growing a large variety of vegetables, herbs, salads, roots and fruits. We challenge ourselves to grow something new every year, and with the help of customers we find more and more interesting vegetables. We have a 77 acre farm with 10 acres dedicated to growing anything hardy enough to grow outside, rotating the ground every few years – Brassicas, Root veg, potatoes etc. We have, at the moment, around 50 PolyTunnels covering 2/3 acres for everything else – Salads, Spinach, Herbs – and in the summer Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Beans, Gherkins, Peppers etc.
GRA CHOCOLATES – We work painstakingly in small batches by hand with grá, right here in Co Galway. The bonbons are hand-painted and take three full days to create. For the fillings, we source locally and ethically produced ingredients to create unforgettable flavours. In addition, we polish each mould individually to ensure that the bonbons retain their beautiful shine. There are no shortcuts taken in the process because we know every single step makes a difference in the end.
TIPPERARY FOOD PRODUCERS – We are a community of food and beverage producers working together in a network to promote the very best food Tipperary has to offer. Creating nutritious foods is what binds us together. The integrity that we offer with our products makes us stand out both nationally and internationally. Our vibrant network of dedicated producers includes cheesemakers and bee-keepers, fruit farmers and cider makers, butchers and bakers and sauce and jam makers. Our members also make ice-cream and sorbet, vegetable oil, as well as sweets, chocolates and crisps. We even have members making corn tortillas and peanut butter.
THE SCULLERY – Florrie’s love of good food has led her across three continents, broadening her palate and exposing her to a whole new world of tastes and flavours. She combines the traditional with the cutting edge, from her plum puddings to her tomato, chilli and coriander, all her products are totally free from artificial colours, flavours, preservatives, MSG or GM ingredients. As Florrie herself says, “In my grandmother’s & mum’s time there were no additives & preservatives, it was all about farm to fork. Food was natural, fresh and tasted wonderful.”
UNGLU-D – Unglu-d is a dedicated Gluten Free business. It started as a pop up shop and from that developed a global following of Coeliacs and Gluten Freers. It was set up by Aileen who’s a Coeliac and a Foodie. What Unglu-d learned through the pop up was those on a gluten free diet have a shocking time finding decent products that aren’t loaded with sugar especially breads so Aileen started making her own.
THE SMOKEHOUSE – Connemara Smokehouse is idyllically perched atop Bunowen Pier, overlooking the raging Atlantic waves and in the shadow of the castle of the famous Pirate Queen. The smokehouse is located on the very edge of Connemara – a place of enchanting and unspoilt serenity which is outlined with a beautiful jagged coastline. The castle ruins of the Pirate Queen Granuaile (Grace O’Malley c1530-1603) look down on the smokehouse from across the harbour below the Hill of Doon. The moody peaks of the 12 Bens look out over the castle and smokehouse to the green islands scattered across Ballyconneely Bay.
BEAN AND GOOSE – We are Karen and Natalie Keane sisters and founders of Bean and Goose. We make chocolate at Last Tree Farm based in the Wexford countryside, Ireland. Some of our earliest childhood memories involve chocolate. To us chocolate signifies good times, memories of growing up, our family and our holidays back home in Wexford. We began making chocolate using the traditional technique of hand tempering on marble slabs. This process gave us a strong understanding of working with chocolate. You have to slow down, you have to be patient and you have to be persistent.
TOONS BRIDGE DAIRY – Making Mediterranean Style Cheeses in West Cork. Welcome to our family run dairy based in West Cork. We work with un-pasteurised buffalo, sheep and cows milk to make cheeses informed by the traditions of the Southern Mediterranean. We have spent many weeks and months travelling between dairies in Italy, Spain and Greece learning and perfecting the traditional methods used to create these unique cheeses but it is the milk we work that gives our cheeses their provenance.