Taste of Dublin are delighted to welcome back Bank of Ireland as a Platinum Partner for 2017, following the success of last year’s association.
Bank of Ireland has recently launched its ‘Producers Row at Taste of Dublin’ competition, which offers four lucky food or beverage businesses the chance to win a stand at this year’s festival from the 15th to 18th of June. In addition to showcasing alongside some of Ireland’s best known brands, the winning company will exhibit to more than 34,000 foodies expected attend the festival over four days.
3,500 votes have been cast, across Ireland and we can now announce the four worthy winners of our Taste of Dublin Competition – Flavour Safari, Cabots of Westport, Mama Nagi’s and O’Briens Farmhouse Cheese.
Each business has won a stand at this year’s Taste of Dublin festival, valued at €2,500. The prize will allow the businesses to promote their products at the event and showcase their brand alongside the best the food and drink industry has to offer.
Flavour Safari® Sauces are “Irelands First African Inspired Sauce Range”! Certified Gluten Free, SOLD OUT at BBC Good Food Shows Belfast & London & featured in TheTaste.ie as an Exciting New Irish Product, we are a Unique Artisan Irish Brand & we’d love to take Taste of Dublin on a Flavour Journey!
Cabots of Westport
CABOTS Westport began selling at Westport Country Markets in 2010. Local shops wanted our foods and it all grew from there. Now we sell in sixteen counties, employ five and make everything ourselves. We are 100% fresh and 100% natural. No messing. It’s all about the nutritional integrity of the food. Food is fuel, be good to your body. Thank you. Yo yo yo!
Mama Nagi’s authentic Indian chilli pastes are a fresh and exciting food brand to come onto the Irish food market. My mother’s recipes have been handed down through generations of my family, from India through Uganda, to the UK and now to Ireland. Mama Nagi’s adds a unique spice to the Taste of Dublin.
O’Briens Farmhouse Cheese
O’Brien’s cheese represents a devotion to this simple, ritualistic way of life. Some 40 years later, Jim still delights in the rhythm of the twilight milking, the sweet smell of milk, and the quiet hours spent slowly mixing and warming it ’til it reaches the rich, golden consistency that characterizes the delicious flavour of O’Brien’s cheese.