Waterford Harvest Festival – Ireland (4)

Flahavans Oats


This is one of the bigger businesses to be featured here – and also one of the oldest. The 6th generation of the Flahavan family run this business and they produce a range of products derived from Irish Oats.

Sowan’s Organic


From this 1st generation business come a range of organic bread, gluten free bread and then cake mixes. I have tried the bread mixes and made a tasty loaf!

keith

Earlier posts in this series:

http://biabeag.posterous.com/waterford-harvest-festival-ireland-3

 http://biabeag.posterous.com/waterford-harvest-festival-ireland-2 

http://biabeag.posterous.com/waterford-harvest-festival-ireland

 

 

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Waterford Harvest Festival – Ireland (3)

Goatsbridge Trout Farm


Mags Kirwan and her husband Ger run Goatsbridge Premium Irish Trout in Kilkenny, Ireland and they are currently building out an extension to their facility which Mags is keeping a photo diary of via her twitter account – http://twitter.com/goatsbridge

They are dedicated to good food and passionate advocates of anything and everything which supports that. That focus helped to win Mags the title of Female Entrepreneur of the Year last Friday in Waterford.

Cramers Grove Ice Cream


A number of the businesses featured in this series were started by farmers who needed to diversify and have done so by developing strong packaged food brands.

Nigel and Carol Harper produce ice cream and sorbets in batches from their family dairy darm and they have flavours such as Pina Colada, Rum & Raisin and Tiramis!

keith

Earlier posts in this series:

 http://biabeag.posterous.com/waterford-harvest-festival-ireland-2 

http://biabeag.posterous.com/waterford-harvest-festival-ireland