What's the secret of the success of Killarney Toffee? It's simple: a family recipe and each batch is hand-made with Irish butter. Try the Milk & Dark Chocolate Almond or Milk & Dark Chocolate Pecan.
Chef John Harty crafts up to 30 varieties of fudge, freshly-made from Irish cream and butter from his base in Tralee. From Raspberry Ripple to Lemon and Lime, Chocolate and Orange to Chocolate Mint, there is a fudge bar for every occasion and every mood.
A native of Lorraine in France, Benoit Lorge trained as a pâtisserie chef before specialising as a chocolatier and setting up Lorge Chocolatier making handmade chocolates.
A genuine artisan 'scratch' bakery based on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry.
A bakery and deli based in Tralee, Co. Kerry, The Gluten Free Kitchen Company owners Doireann Barrett and John Seymour are as ambitious for their business as they are for their product range.
Michael and Sandra O'Dowd and their family never tire of apples and it's just as well: from their orchard of 1,000 apple trees in Ballycrispin in Castlemaine, Co. Kerry, they produce apples for eating and juicing (even the varieties they grow are romantic – Elstar, John O'Gold and Bramley).
Whoever first said 'Act Local, Think Global' must have had husband and wife team Marcin and Magdalena Kopec who own Dingle Sushi in mind.
The West Kerry Brewery makes a range of small-batch bespoke craft beers. Depending on the time of year and season, you may find anything from a 6% Carraig Dubh porter to a 5% Cúl Dorcha dark ale as new products come on-stream.
When does 'local' really mean local? When it's called An Siopa Feirme! This farm shop in Waterville, County Kerry is remarkable in that it sells only food and drink produce made in Kerry.
Made by Mai and Tomás O'Bruic, the Dingle Farmhouse product range includes a semi-hard cow and goat's cheese made in summer from the milk from their pure-bred Friesian herd and Saanen goats.