NEW ON SITE
The new 68-page Taste Kerry book with a Producer Directory listing over 150+ producers and our new website (yes, that's the website you're visiting now!) were formally launched on Tuesday 21 June, 2016.
View our interactive map showing you all the places you can experience food and drink in Kerry, either by visiting a chocolate factory where you can see chocolates being made to a distillery to see beer being brewed to a shop that only sells local Kerry food and drink!
An ideal breakfast bar but you can also serve these decadent granola bars as a treat with a cup of tea in the afternoon. Use chocolate made in Kerry and granola made in Killorglin!
Kerry Beef is both tender and meaty and is the perfect foil for Carraig Dubh porter from the West Kerry Brewery.
Pair Wilma Silvius' Killorglin Farmhouse Cheese gouda with Kerry smoked salmon and you have a canapé or starter that woud not look out of place in a fine restaurant.
Glenbeigh Shellfish specialises in the supply of shellfish sourced in crystal clear Atlantic waters to the wholesale, retail and catering market.
Harty's Original Savoury Jellies were created by Kerry local Melanie Harty when she identified a gap in the market for the kind of savoury hot jelly that she enjoyed when she lived in the US. She couldn't find them on the shelf in Ireland so she created her own.
Patrick O'Connell of O'Connell's Poultry Farm rears ducks and chickens in the halcyon setting of their family farm in Meeligoleen. He cold- smokes them to sell at Tralee Farmer's Market and by appointment direct from the farm.