Wild Orchard Natural Beverages

Our sister company and Ireland's first producer of Pure Fruit Smoothies. Freshly Squeezed Juices, Natural Sparkling Lemonades and Healthy Juice Shots complete the product range. Based in Hospital, Co. Limerick Wild Orchard Natural Beverages products are consistent favourites.

All Real

In 2017 Niall Harty and Ross McDowell said enough with the artificial protein bars. They started making natural protein bars under the brand, Origin. They made them in their kitchens and sold them in farmers markets before moving into a factory in Kerry and Origin was nation-wide. After many long conversation about single use plastic and our passion for sustainability, we knew there was more than just making a natural protein bar. They decided to create a brand that could make a real difference. They wanted to create a brand with a strong social mission, one that made an impact on the world around us. That was the momentAll Real Nutritionwas born!

ASAP Nutrition

Paudie and Céin, began the ASAP journey when they changed to a vegan diet. They believe that we can all maintain a healthy and balanced diet whilst also choosing more sustainable options.Having grown up in the countryside's of Monaghan and Cavan with a diet high in dairy, they didn't want to compromise when they changed to a vegan one.

One thing that stood out to them was the lack of on-the-go plant-based protein options available in Ireland. That inspired them to begin making plant-based protein m*lk shakes the way they should be - high in protein, low in sugar and completely dairy free! The fruits of their labour are creamy, delicious protein m*lks that they just had to share!

Ballyhubbock Farm

Hanna and George Finlay are sheep farmers and food producers based in the Glen of Imaal in Co. Wicklow.

They are young, foodie-farmers and are passionate about maintaining small, rural farms in Ireland all the while promoting real, farm-fresh and local Irish food. They want to share the high quality, real, fresh food that they harvest from the farm with as many people as possible and have made a bold entrepreneurial move by deciding to bring their products tomarket.

Bean & Goose Chocolate

Karen and Natalie Keane are sisters and founders of Bean and Goose, based in Wexford.

Berna's Dressings

Berna’s Dressings produce their dressings by hand in small batches in Abbyleix Co. Laois.

Biasol Milled Grains

BiaSol is a family-run company in the heart of Ireland creating a range of innovative food solutions. They strive to make highly nutritious, zero-waste food products easily accessible in Ireland


It all started back in 2016 when Sophie Rooney and Gareth Fitzgerald took a trip to Seoul and fell head over heels in love with Korean fried chicken.
They became obsessed, frying chicken day and night in a small galley kitchen in Dublin 8. The result was something very special - clothes and hair that smelt constantly of stale oil, plus the menu for Chimac.
Inspired by Korea’s love affair with fried chicken, Chimac combines their obsession with bold punchy flavours, craft beer and the sauciest sauce possible, all served with a little sprinkle of magic.

Chocolatey Clare

Clare Tait just loves chocolate, always has. It reminds her of special childhood treats. "A little square of chocolate placed quietly in my hand by my gentle dad whom I adored. It filled me with warmth, love, and happiness".

When she went vegan in 2015 with the rest of her family, she really wanted to find a delicious chocolate that would still fill her with joy but couldn't find any that she loved.

So she just Googled 'how to make chocolate', and her rollercoaster chocolate journey was born. Her aim was to produce a thoroughly delicious chocolate that looks beautiful, tastes amazing, and represents the highest standards of ethics and sustainability."

We think she suceeded.

G&G Kombucha

G&G is led by Clodagh O'Connor who founded the business in 2019. Originally starting with bottled kombucha, the brand now offers Kombucha and Hydrate in powdered form which is proving to be convenient and more cost effective for regular users.

Hassetts Bakery

Michael Hassett’s passion for baking flourished in the early 80s during his time working as a trained chef in multiple cities throughout Europe. On returning to Ireland, Michael decided to pour all his zeal and expertise for baking into his very own establishment and in 1984, Hassetts Bakery was born. From humble beginnings, the wholesale bakery began producing high quality confectionery using the finest local ingredients and with its influence from countries like France, Hassetts quickly stood out in the retail sector.

 Ishka Spring Water

ISHKA Irish Spring Water was founded in 1978 by Mr Michael Sutton Snr and is managed today by his sons Mike Sutton and Denis Sutton.

Our purpose-built, state of the art, high technology facility located in the village of Ballyneety in County Limerick is one of the most modern facilities in Europe, where product, production and business innovation is constant.

Jo's Absolute Nutrition

Absolute Nutrition was born in 2014 when Jo's love of snacks and creating recipe's resulted in her making snacks locally and before long Jo was a weekly resident at Glasnevin Food Market for almost 2 years. 

As a mother Joanne identified a gap for healthy snacks that time-starved parents could give their children and also consume themselves.

She has worked hard to expand the range.


Juspy was founded in 2018 by Leonie Lynch, an entrepreneur and wellness expert. Leonie launched a readymade postnatal recovery drink for new mothers and women on the go. Now Juspy comes as a powder rather than a drink.  Juspy’s cacao and collagen powder blend is aimed atanyonelooking for an energy boosting drink to get them through the day.

Mallow Mia

Linda McClean is a food scientist with a love of food, flavours and testing new recipes. After years living & working abroad, she returned to Ireland. It was the perfect chance to start her own business Mallow Mia, and be Donegal's answer to Willie Wonka.


Evie and Eliza Ward, sisters, makers, food lovers and founders of Nutshed.
Their parents run a specialty food shop, so they grew up around a kitchen table of visitors, meeting Ireland’s best fruit farmers and veg growers down through the years. They went to work on the festival circuit with friends, and found our happy place prepping kohlrabi slaw, baking beetroot brownies and mixing cooling cucumber lemonades.

O'Donnells Crisps

In 2007 Ed O’Donnell, a young seventh generation farmer wanted to diversify as farming was looking bleak at the time. He saw a niche in the market for an Irish hand cooked cooked crisp and decided to make crisps from the potatoes grown on his farm. Ed believed it was important that the product and flavours were Irish and artisan so he sourced local food producers to give the crisps fantastic individual flavours. In June 2010 O’DONNELLS Crispswere born!

The Old Barracks Coffee

Alan Andrews is the founder of this artisan coffee roastery which includes a café and a barista training facility. The Old Barracks Roastery has it all for coffee lovers.

The roastery specialises in the world’s greatest coffees from some of the best coffee farms in Colombia, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Burundi.

Rigneys Farm

Alan Andrews is the founder of this artisan coffee roastery which includes a café and a barista training facility. The Old Barracks Roastery has it all for coffee lovers.

The roastery specialises in the world’s greatest coffees from some of the best coffee farms in Colombia, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Burundi. "Our guests at Rigneys Farm enjoy our breakfasts no end and so we decided to embark on a new adventure of creating healthy, gluten-free, nutritious granolas.

Fuelling your life with the energy of our 100% natural ingredients, we have two main granola recipes, both made with certified gluten-free ingredients." 

Caroline Rigney


Co-Founders Shannon Forrest and Michelin Star trained Chef, Declan Malone felt that opening a food truck in the off-peak season might be a little mad but it didn’t stop them. During the first COVID-19 lockdown Rívesci pivoted their business to become full time condiment makers and for the time being, no longer appear at festivals or markets. 


Emi Takakura spent a lot of time when she was younger in Tokyo's rich, diverse food culture, and was inspired by the degree of creativity and quality. Now based back in Ireland, she is passionate about bringing new things to the Irish and international food scene. Spoond is a uniquely thick, creamy and very chocolatey hot chocolate, based on the European style.

Nutty Delights

Nutty Delights are Ireland’s first and only dried fruit and nuts retailer. Founded in 2016 by husband and wife team Nik & Vashali Mehta, they are a family-owned business that specialize in the sale and distribution of gourmet nuts, dried fruits and nut products.

Inas Handmade

Ina’s Kitchen Desserts is a family run bakery based in Ireland. The Business was started by Ina Broderick in 1983 from her kitchen at home in Dublin. Ina wanted to make and sell a product that was full of natural ingredients from her own original recipes. Affectionately known as the Queen of Cakes, Ina Broderick reigns as Ireland’s preeminent purveyor of fine pastries, desserts and cakes. In the nineties, Ina’s sons Barry and Bernard, joined the company and helped grow it into the business it is today. Maybe you are familiar with Brodericks Bars.....?

Foods of Athenry

Back in the early 2000's - uncertain future in agriculture, childhood health problems and a lifelong interest in the relationship of food vs health led Siobhan and Paul Lawless to set up a bakery business in which there was no room for any artificial food additives. They sold the cows in 2004 and the bakery moved into the now empty milking parlour. The Foods of Athenry was born. Now they have a dedicated gluten free facility where they produce coeliac friendly treats and have won 38 awards for their produce over the last number of years.

Synerchi Kombucha

SynerChi is Ireland’s original Kombucha brewery. Laura Murphy, founder and “brew master” established the first traditional kombucha tea microbrewery or “Kombrewery” in Ireland, when SynerChi Kombucha started life in Stoneybatter Dublin back in 2012. Raymond Coyle founder of Tayto Park and previously of Largo Foods Tayto Crisps brand, came on board as main investor in 2013. Now located in Gweedore, Co. Donegal.

Thanks Plants

Thanks Plants founder Aisling Cullen is no stranger to the food industry, having previously operated a coffee house & restaurant before shifting to manufacturing. "I opened a coffee house when I was living in Malaysia in 2015 and I really enjoyed coming up with the menu and daily specials"

"When I moved back to Ireland in 2017, I was excited to continue my food journey here. I'm passionate about plant-based cooking, and I wanted to come up with a product that was wholesome and flavourful. Once I started making my own meatless meats out of whole food ingredients, I never looked back".

The Apple Farm

Cornelius or Con as he is mostly know is the son of Willem and Ali. The Traas family moved from The Netherlands to Ireland in the late 1960's to grow fruit. They had been growing fruit in Holland since the 1800's, but because it was difficult to find new land there for fruit-growing, Willem and Ali decided to make the move to Ireland. They looked at a number of farms, and decided on the one where The Apple Farm is now situated, between Cahir and Clonmel on the main Limerick-Waterford road. There was an old orchard on the farm, and they judged by the good crop they saw on these trees, that apples could be grown in this area.

Too Savage

Conor Bacon is the founder of Too Savage, producers of plant-based condiments.

Too Savage are a company that was founded in North Dublin with humble beginnings dedicated to using plants to create delicious, sustainable, and healthy products.

Woof Stuff

Pauline Fitzgerald set up Woof Stuff when she rescued Zuomo from the side of a busy road, when he was eight weeks old. He was her inspiration for starting up our low fat, vegetable and fruit dog treat company, run by the Woof Stuff family.


Beam seed based bars was recently created by Shauna Blair as a result of her experience of dealing with allergies and food intolerances in her own family. She indentified a growing demand from consumers for foods free from allergens.

“I created Beam when I struggled to find a healthy snack bar that I could bring into our home, that both me and my family could enjoy.”

Quiet Noise

The seed for Quiet Noise Brewing was planted when Stephen Dillon of RTM Beverages noticed more and more of his friends cutting back on their alcohol intake. As one of Ireland’s only qualified craft beer sommeliers and as a passionate craft beer lover great beer has played a part in his life for a very long time! As Stephen and his friends looked to continue to improve lives through health and fitness, one area was incompatible with the rest. Alcohol-drenched nights and weekends that resulted in unproductive hangovers and unhealthy meals had no place in a demanding career and busy family lives.

Spoonful Botanical

Spoonful Botanical, is an all-natural health product from a Louth-based business providing support for joint health. The couple behind the product are Louth senior footballer Conor Grimes and model Jayne Gavin. Spoonful is such a simple way to incorporate all the different ingredients that are essential to normal collagen formation, bone and cartilage health, which are the essential steps to provide joint support