Organic Certification for Professional organic producers, processors and distributors
If you are interested in converting your holding to organic production or in processing, retailing or distributing a product to be labelled as ‘organic’, then follow this link for 5 easy steps and your application will be underway.
The Organic Trust is the centre of excellence when it comes to organic inspection and certification in Ireland. The very broad range of organic technical expertise available within our organisation is at your service.
The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food offers a range of financial incentives to assist those interested in getting involved in organic production. In addition capital grants are available for the purchase of specific equipment
Algaran Teo is an organic seaweed products manufacturer.
Ardgroom Shellfish grow organic rope mussels in Ardgroom Harbour, Beara Peninsula, Co Cork
The Clarke family in Ballina have been synonymous with wild Irish salmon since Jackie Clarke first set up business in Ballina in 1945. A family…
Ireland's leading cultivator and producer of fresh, frozen, pasteurised and organic seafood products.
Ted Browne and his wife Hannah Mae started this family business from a garage in the back garden of their home in 1984.
The Good Fish Company is a family run specialist fish processor and retailer, committed to providing the Freshest Irish fish and seafood to its customers.…
Top quality fish for sale.
Kenmare Select is a leading exporter of Irish salmon smoked in the country of origin!
Oceanpath is the largest processor of fresh seafood in Ireland operating from three premises in the fishing harbour of Howth County Dublin and from one…
About Ummera ..... For nearly forty years Ummera has built up an enviable reputation for producing some of the finest smoked salmon available.
In 1893 the Wright family began smoking Irish Salmon. The craft has been passed down through the generations and little has changed. We still fillet…
We are a second-generation family business taking our name from the nearby Youghal Bay (pronounced 'Yawl').