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January 16, 2022

Gaelic Escargot

Gaelic Escargot is the first snail farm in Ireland and the only Research & Development Centre for the production of free-range escargots. They are located in Garryhill, Co. Carlow and they have been researching and farming snails since 2013, with a particular emphasis on free-range and sustainable methods.
June 15, 2018

Coolattin Cheddar

Made on Tom Burgess’ family farm in the Wicklow Hills, Coolattin Mature Raw Milk Cheddar is one of only a handful of authentic cheddar style Irish […]
June 15, 2018

Carlow Farmhouse Cheese

Carlow Farmhouse Cheese is situated on a farm in the centre of the county – milking dairy sheep and some goats. The dairy sheep provide the […]
June 15, 2018

A & K Real Food

The extensive range of A & K Real Food includes kombucha, raw vegan breddies, energy bars, wheatgrass, sauerkraut and a range of traditional sourdough breads and are suitable for vegans, coeliac and diabetics or for those seeking a healthier way of life.
June 11, 2018

The Village Dairy

They are an multi award-winning dairy delivering to speciality coffee shops, hotels and restaurants. They take pride in supplying a high-quality product to their customers both locally and nationally, getting milk from the farm to the customer in just 24 hours.
June 11, 2018

Sunshine Juice Ltd.

Paul Walshe founded Sunshine Juice in 1998. Their products have won more than 19 Great Taste Awards and over six Blás na hÉireann Awards.
March 8, 2012

Malone’s Fruit Farm | Farm Store

Malone Fruit Farm and Farm Shop is a family run business located just outside Ballon Village. The Malone family have been growing fruit since 1988 and the business has grown considerably since then. It now comprises 12 acres, both outdoor and under tunnels, which provide a wide variety of soft fruits to the general public, retail, hotel and restaurant trade.
March 7, 2012

Carlow Farmers Market

Carlow Farmers’ Market, founded in 2004, is one of the largest farmers’ markets in the South East and prides itself as one of the few authentic farmers’ markets where the producers are all local, produce their own goods and sell mainly their own produce.