Tipperary Town wins big at the Blas na hEireann Awards

MyTasty Tipperary

Congratulations to local Tipperary food producers MyTasty and Ayle Farm who have won at this years Blas na hEireann awards, also known as the Irish Food Awards.


This year Tipperary Town based MyTasty, have won a very impressive 4 awards! Having returned to Ireland from Canada in 2020, owners Myriam and Barry Quinn, found themselves in the pandemic lockdown, but luckily this got their creative juices flowing and their first product My… Granola was born.

This year their winning products are:
Two Gold Awards for their My Hummus and My Granola
A Silver Award for their … My Turmeric, Ginger and Dill, Hummus
And a Bronze Award for their … My Pecan Butter

You can find out more about MyTasty on their website https://mytasty.ie

Ayle Farm

Based just outside Tipperary Town, Ayle Farm is another family business run by Peter and Lorraine Randall. Ayle Farm are no strangers to the Blas na hEireann awards. This is their very impressive 9th year in a row winning for one of their excellent products.

This year they won:
Bronze for their … Lemon Curd

You can find out more about Ayle Farm on their website https://aylefoods.ie

What are the Blas na hEireann awards?

Blas na hEireann, The Irish Food Awards is the biggest competition for quality Irish produce on the island of Ireland. Products from every county in Ireland enter the competition to win Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards in a broad range of food and drink categories as well as key awards such as Supreme Champion and Best Artisan Producer.
You can find out more about the Blas na hEireann awards on their website https://www.irishfoodawards.com

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