We support Irish
We need not search far beyond our own door step for entrepreneurship and quality, without forgetting value. We are delighted to be able to support Irish products, many of them organic, and Irish owned companies.
Atlantic Aromatics, established in 1984, is an independent Irish company committed to supplying the highest quality aromatherapy oils and pure essential oils, many of them certified organic. They follow the principles of purity, naturalness, aroma and value.
This Cork based company produces a range of delicious, award winning crispbreads.
Established in 1983, Ballybrado Farm ‘s objectives are “to spread the joy of food and living in harmony with nature and taking a responsible role in society by producing wholesome and tasty food in a sustainable manner.”
A native of Central America, Chia is a tiny, mild flavoured seed packed with nutrients such as Omega 3, fibre, protein and antioxidants.
Ireland’s Raw Kitchen
A family run business based in Galway, Ireland’s Raw Kitchen specialise in organic super foods and raw foods
The Linwoods range of flaxseeds, ground seeds, nuts and berries provides essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals that you can add easily to almost any type of foods.
The original Macroom Oatmeal from Walton’s Mills is favoured by highly acclaimed food critics and chefs such as Ballymaloe’s Darina and Myrtle Allen and the Bridgestone Guide’s John and Sally McKenna.
Natasha’s living food
Natasha is quite passionate about her raw, living food. She produces healthy and delicious food in its natural state, ranging from sweet and savoury snacks to delectable chocolates.
Paradox offers you essential healthy fats (Omega 3,6,9) bringing together the best from the Mediterranean and Arctic diets.
Sara was inspired to start her own company when she experienced the benefits of Maca after health problems had brought her life to a standstill. In order to share her experience, she joined forces with native Peruvian people to expand the market for their Maca and other unique products.
Second Nature organic rapeseed oil
This multi award winning oil is the Irish alternative to imported olive oil. It is produced on one of Ireland’s oldest certified organic farms in Drumeen, Co. Kilkenny.
Traditionally known as seaweeds, we prefer the term sea vegetables. Harvested from our own coastal waters, they are astonishingly rich in nutrients and surprisingly versatile. Sea vegetables are used as snacks, culinary ingredients and as traditional folk remedies and cosmetics.
Carraig Fada seaweeds, based in Sligo, offer the popular dillisk and carrageen.
Spanish Point seaweeds is a family business who have been harvesting sea vegetables on the coast of county Clare for four generations.
With almost 30 years experience in formulating quality nutritional and herbal supplements, Sona is the longest established company of its kind in Ireland.
Sowan’s Organic take pride in producing traditional, natural and wholesome bread mixes for people who loves the smell and taste of soda bread straight out of the oven.
Based in Wexford, Stable Diet produce flapjacks that are buttery and full of oaty goodness.
Talya and Diarmuid have poured their passion for healthy foods into producing a small range of Superfoods ranging from Breakfast Topping to Smoothie Mix and lately snack pouches.