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  1. Lo & Slo aims to nourish and nurture: their clean ingredients are good for the body (and taste buds!), and they also do their best to ensure every person who comes in contact with them and their products leaves better than when they arrived.
  2. Broughgammon Farm aim to farm regneratively, and in doing so are developing an increasingly permacultural smallholding. In season they also specialise in wild game, another often over-looked and sustainable food source, as well as growing their own vegetables for their farm shop.
    1. Aerial view of Killeavy Castle Estate. A luxury Hotel Spa destination in Newry, Northern Ireland.
      Killeavy Castle has its own working farm and walled garden, which enable them to achieve culinary excellence through the use of organically grown fresh produce and their own Longhorn Cattle and Cheviot Sheep. Award-winning innovative Chefs use only the finest daily picked home-grown ingredients to complement their farm produce.
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    2. St George’s Market one of Belfast’s oldest attractions and is one of the best markets in the UK and Ireland. It has been voted for numerous local and national awards for its fresh, local produce and great atmosphere.
      1. On the banks of Lough Erne just outside Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, you’ll find the Boatyard Distillery, a distillery focused on producing pure spirits with a sustainable and organic approach.
      2. Everything that grows in our environment has its place and purpose, be it edible, medicinal, practical or poisonous. From the roots in the earth to the leaves of the trees above, nature provides a bounty, just waiting to be discovered by all of us.
      3. Wendy Gallagher chats to tour group during the Coast and Country experience
        Savour the fresh, fabulous tastes of the spectacular Causeway Coastal Route. Get a taste for all things local, artisan and foodie as you drink in the scenery on a six-hour guided mini coach tour of the best local farm to fork produce the Causeway Coast has to offer.
      4. Taste the best of Fermanagh’s local produce. Indulge your inner foodie and discover a unique perspective of the only island town in Ireland on the Enniskillen Taste Experience. On this this 3-hour gourmet tasting tour, you’ll experience the tastes, sounds and sights of Enniskillen.
      5. Group enjoying the foraging experience with A Taste of Castle Ward in Strangford
        If all nature is a larder, then the shelves at Castle Ward are especially well-stocked. Join expert forager Clare McQuillan on a walk through the National Trust's Castle Ward estate to explore its seasonal abundance of wild food. It’s a magical foraging location, and this perspective transforms your experience of the land, even for those already familiar with it.
      6. Traditional Irish Baking Classes
        Wee Buns offers a range of cooking and baking classes in a small purpose built kitchen for adults and children. Their classes focus on using the best quality ingredients, making the most of local and seasonal produce.
        1. At The Chocolate Manor you'll learn about the history of chocolate
          On Castlerock’s main street there’s a building that’s 120 years old. This is the home of the Chocolate Manor, a warm and inviting shop, artisan food emporium & chocolate experience space - the smells alone are enough to tempt you in off the street!
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        2. Rustic style bistro, butchers and farm shop set in the heart of the Gleno valley, within a few minutes walk of Gleno waterfall and an easy drive from Larne or Carrickfergus with a delicious menu and large range of local produce for sale.

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