WILD, LOCAL, SEASONAL & DELICIOUS FOOD
Our products are made from naturally wild, home-
We champion the use of wild and locally-
“Consumers show an increasingly positive perception of locally produced food with more consumers wanting to know the source of their food. For many consumers, local foods offer stability and reassurance while also providing a sense of helping the economy.”
The Wild about product range is seasonally driven.
When the harvest is ready, it's picked, prepared, processed and stocked, going from ground to pot to shelf in a matter of hours!
When the stock is gone the product is gone until the next season.
Our market research showed consumers are often surprised by the quality of the flavours in our products. How do we pack in such flavour?
Well, we don’t buy in intensively farmed produce from abroad. We grow simply using permaculture techniques. We don’t use chemicals, artificial pesticides or fertilizers. We don’t reduce the oxygen and increase the carbon dioxide when growing, and we don’t use 1-
"Agronomy and gastronomy share a close bond; our choices regarding one influence the quality of the other. . . the support of the organisation of production, sustainability, quality and the promotion of agricultural products. These are the keys to growth and the jobs of tomorrow"
European Union’s Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development
Ireland is viewed internationally as one of the cleanest, greenest most fertile lands on the planet. This is our most valuable asset.
Ireland’s Smart Economy
operates a carbon neutral business. Our core ingredients have no air-
We have a schedule of planting of native Irish and permaculture, and fruiting and hedging plants, providing assured wild stocks for
Our business is based in the small rural, predominantly agricultural, community of Monamolin, Co. Wexford. Although designated a structurally weak rural area in the County Development Plan, we’re actually a very vibrant, pro-
"Locally traded businesses . . .are crucial to the enhancement of Ireland’s overall competitiveness and growth "
John Perry TD,
Minister for Small Business