Cork, Ireland
Café

First opened at Ballylickey near Bantry in 1948, as a simple store selling produce from the family farm, Mannings remains in the same family and has become famous for its farm store and café, serving up and selling local produce and artisan foods. They have a classic Brunch menu at the weekends. If you ask where the ingredients come from, they’ll most likely point at the nearest fields.

Cork, Ireland
Sauces & Accompaniments

Based in Midleton Irish Green made natural liquid spices which can be used to flavour food or dilute a drink. They do not use any artificial preservatives, additives or colourings. "Every drop matters"

Killnagleary Rd
Prepared Foods

Crunch Food Company is a Cork based food company designed to make healthy living easy and accessible for everybody. We do daily lunch deliveries to your office or work place door.

Cork, Ireland
Café

For old school Tea & Cakes, in a shabby-chic setting – Tara's Tea Rooms is a friendly, charming and slightly eccentric, very Cork experience.

Mitchelstown, Ireland

Food producers - Black and White pudding.

Cork, Ireland
Farmers Market

A little outside the city centre, the suburb of Douglas hosts an impressive Farmer's Market every Saturday from 10am to 2pm.

English Market
Confectionery

Handcrafted in a garden studio setting close to the centre of cork, David Chocolatier makes his chocolates in small batches with passion for this craft.

Cork, Ireland

Market Lane is an award-​winning restaurant and bar situated on Oliver Plun­kett Street, in the heart of Cork city centre. Serving over two floors we offer great food and amazing value.

Douglas, Ireland
Hotel

The Maryborough is home to one of the finest 2 AA rosette award winning restaurants - Bellini’s Restaurant.Our chefs work tirelessly to develop a menu featuring locally sourced, fresh, and seasonal ingredients.

Schull
Smoked Foods

The Ferguson family have worked Gubbeen Farm for many generations now. It is a 250 acre coastal farm in West Cork one mile outside the fishing village of Schull, the Atlantic Ocean bordering one boundary and Mount Gabriel to the North as a back drop behind the land, sheltering the pasture that has always supported the Gubbeen herd.