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Book Online a Cookery Course, a Demonstration or a Masterclass directly with any of our approved Cookery Schools and immerse yourself in Ireland’s culinary culture. Shop and Buy local artisan food and drink in any of our approved Speciality Stores, Butchers, Fishmongers, Bakeries, Farm Shops and Delis. You will develop a greater appreciation of Irish food and drink and share in the passion for our local produce, regional dishes and traditions.

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  • The Bakery Shack

    Rossnowlagh - Donegal

    The Bakery Shack is a mother-son run bakery and coffee trailer located directly across from The Franciscan Friary in Rossnowlagh, Co Donegal. The area is tranquil and stunning with beautiful garden walks to enjoy at the Friary and partial sea views over...
  • The Roughty Foodie

    Cork - Cork

    Roughty Foodie is a 3rd generation business founded by the Murphy family, who have cultivated quite a reputation for excellence over the years. It was established in 1961 by Michael & Peggy Murphy and was known back then as ‘Roughty Fruit King’....
  • The Creel Café & Deli – Mayo

    Westport - Mayo

    Located in the beautiful Co Mayo town of Westport is The Creel Café and Deli. This fabulous food and retail space is famous for its fresh and exciting food & drink offering that is all about the very best of local ingredients sprinkled with local...
  • Beechpark Eco Farm

    Eira and David - Dublin

    Beechpark Eco Farm is a hidden gem, when arriving at the farm it was a surprise to find 20 acres of open and uninterrupted farmland in existence in Dublin City. This farm entrance is beside Clonsilla Train Station and is home to Beechpark House and gardens....
  • Jinny’s Bakery & Tea Rooms

    Sinead and Pascal Gillard - Leitrim

    Sinead and Pascal Gillard have created quite the business in their hometown of Drumshanbo, Co. Leitrim, producing fresh breads, cakes and more. All of which are for sale in their bakery, online shop and good food shops across Ireland. You can also sample...
  • Higgins Family Butchers

    Sutton - Dublin

    Family Butcher Shops have always played a major role in Irish towns and Irish food culture in general. Age old traditions of butchering are passed on to each generation, ensuring this vital service continues in the future. This is definitely the case...
  • Achill Island Sea Salt

    The O'Malley Family - Mayo

    There has been a longstanding tradition of sea salt production on Achill Island. In recent years Kieran O’Malley, his wife Marjorie, sons Seán and Colm and their daughter Maebh have re-rejuvenated the practice by producing sea salt from the pure...
  • Emilie’s Woodfired Kitchen

    Glenbeigh - Kerry

    Glenbeigh, a quaint town in the South West of Kerry, along its famous Ring of Kerry has long been a popular visitor spot. Its beautiful mix of green hills and stunning coastal scenery has drawn in visitors from home and abroad. Glenbeigh is also home...
  • Port 2 Door

    Brandon McClay - Donegal

    Fresh locally caught fish is brought to your doorstep with Port 2 Door. This family business has been supplying fresh fish and seafood to the local Donegal region for over 20 years and is now offering a nationwide delivery service for those living further...
  • Market House Ennistymon

    Sean and Fiona Haugh - Clare

    The Market House Ennistymon is a father and daughter run business founded in 2015, with the aim of providing locals and visitors to the charming town of Ennistymon with only the best fresh local produce created by themselves and from fellow local producers. Versatile...
  • Castlemine Farm Shop

    Derek Allen - Roscommon

    Castlemine Farm in Co. Roscommon is one of Ireland’s leading examples of farm to fork experiences. This award-winning family business provides customers with freshly prepared produce from their farm, available to buy direct from their farm shop...
  • G’s Gourmet Jams

    Helen Gee - Laois

    The extraordinary thing about Helen Gee’s jams is the fact that they’re all made in the good old-fashioned way – an open pot, a big wooden spoon and plenty of elbow grease. Only the very best quality fruit and natural ingredients are used with no...