Tipperary has a rich and vibrant food industry with an exceptional reputation for authentic home grown artisan produce. There 32 active members of the Tipperary Food Producers network – dedicated producers including cheese makers and beekeepers, fruit farmers and cider makers, butchers and bakers and sauce and jam makers. We also have producers of ice-cream and sorbet, vegetable oil, sweets, chocolates and crisps, and much more.

This diverse network of food producers has come together to create exceptional food experiences for visitors that choose Tipperary as their destination. Savour tours and tastings in towns and villages throughout the county, learn about the history of the produce, experience the work involved and enjoy a sample of the sumptuous food.

For more information, visit www.tipperaryfoodproducers.com.

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Tipperary is known for food excellence and has been recognised in National and International Food Awards.

Our tip is to sample some of the products from the following:
Cashel Blue Cheese, Fethard;
Cooleeney Cheese, Thurles;
Cloughjordan Woodfired Bakery, Cloughjordan;
Country Choice, Nenagh;
The Apple Farm, Cahir;
Inch House, Thurles;
The Tipperary Kitchen, Holycross;
Lough Derg Chocolates, Nenagh;
O’Donnell’s Crisps, Clonmel;
The Scullery Preserves, Nenagh.

These and many other wonderful Tipperary-produced foods and delicacies are available at many local shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as being stocked by well known outlets in the rest of Ireland and abroad.

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