Family-run Spa Seafoods sell some of the best crab in Ireland.
Tag: Food Producer
Fifth-generation fruit grower John O'Sullivan grows some of the juiciest most fragrant strawberries in the whole of Ireland on 4 acres of land in Currow, County Kerry.
Manna Organic Farm and Store lives and breathes its organic principles. Their farm shop on the Island of Geese, Strand Street, Tralee sells produce grown on their 25-acre farm at the Gleann na nGealt valley near Camp, Co. Kerry including meat, eggs, wheatgrass, salad, vegetables and fruit.
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.
CAMO'S famous restaurant in Caherciveen, Co. Kerry is a landmark stop for travellers on the Ring of Kerry route. Their Honey and Mustard house dressing became so popular that they quite literally bottled it!
Marie Charland, a French Canadian who came to Ireland 16 years ago, met her husband Fergal Murphy while pouring a pint for him in his local. Together they have created a little food industry between them.
Frenchman Oliver Beaujouan marries the skills he learned in charcuterie with local and Irish ingredients to create a smorgasbord of micro-artisan foods to grace any table from a ne restaurant to a charcuterie board at home.
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.
John-Paul and Kathleen O'Connor who own and run Sásta always knew their sausages and black and white pudding were something special. But even they couldn't believe it when their white pudding won the Fins Goustiers award in Normandy.
Both the lowland and hill lamb from sheep reared on the Ring of Kerry is iconic in food circles and loved by chefs.