Welcome to Tipperary Food Producers

We are a community of food and beverage producers working together in a network to promote the very best food Tipperary has to offer. Creating nutritious foods is what binds us together. The integrity that we offer with our products makes us stand out both nationally and internationally.

Our vibrant network of dedicated producers includes cheesemakers and bee-keepers, fruit farmers and cider makers, butchers and bakers and sauce and jam makers. Our members also make ice-cream and sorbet, vegetable oil, as well as sweets, chocolates and crisps. We even have members making corn tortillas and peanut butter.

Many of the producers work directly on the land and personally deliver the finest quality offerings from what nature provides, in turn making these elements into something special. From the world-renowned Cashel Blue Cheese, to more local specialities like Boulabán Farm Ice Cream and Emerald Oils, all made on their family farms.

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Cashel Farmhouse Cheesemakers

Cashel Farmhouse Cheesemakers

When Louis & Jane Grubb set out to make Cashel Blue® in the early 1980’s, their ambition was to create a farmhouse cheese that “truly represents the outstanding quality of Tipperary grass-fed milk.”

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Boulabán Farm

Boulabán Farm

Boulabán Farm’s focus is on producing consistently high quality, rich, creamy ice-creams and sorbets for foodservice and retail markets. These are made in small batches on the family…

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Emerald Oils

Emerald Oils

Michael Corbett and his family are proud that they are the third generation of Corbetts to farm this land in lush Tipperary meadows. Blessed with some of the most fertile and productive soil…

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Galtee Honey Farm

Galtee Honey Farm

Galtee Honey Farm is run by the Mac Giolla Codas, a well known beekeeping family in Ireland. Micheál and Aoife are both certified lecturers in beekeeping. Galtee Honey Farm has about 150 hives…

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Crossogue Preserves

Crossogue Preserves

For over 22 years Crossogue Preserves has been producing a range of Jams, Jellies, Marmalades, Curds, Chutneys and Coulis for our clients. They are still 100% hand-made on the Crossogue farm…

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The Apple Farm

The Apple Farm

The Traas family moved from The Netherlands to Ireland in the late 1960’s to grow fruit. 60 varieties of apples are grown on the farm, and about 15 types are available in the farm shop…

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Ireland's Ancient East
Tipperary Tourism
Dept. of Agriculture, Food & the Marine
Munster Vales
Local Enterprise Office - Tipperary
Tipperary County Council
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