2019 Food Coast Experiences
There is more to Donegal than spectacular scenery and wonderful wildness, because it is the food you’ll...Read More
Donegal drinks company In Good Spirits for Philadelphia...
Donegal-based Muff Liquor Company is one of two North West companies in Philadelphia this week...Read More
Donegal Chef Brian McDermott to Represent Ireland at Go...
Brians most recent cookbook, ‘Donegal Table,’ has been selected to represent Ireland at the prestigious Gourmand World...Read More
Final Call for Donegal’s Food Businesses to Seek ...
Applications for food businesses interested in securing The Food Coast Donegal Certification are now being accepted and...Read More
Waiting to be crowned All-Ireland champions a ‘nerve-...
Delighted Killybegs-based chef Mairead Anderson said that waiting on the result of the All-Ireland Chowder competition in...Read More
The Food Coast initiative certifies Donegal food producers and service & retail sector businesses that sell Donegal made produce. The Food Coast Brand is a mark of origin and allows consumers to identify food which is produced in Donegal or businesses which sell Donegal made produce. Applications for 2018 are now being accepted and interested food businesses should get in touch with the Local Enterprise Office.View Food Coast Map
The Food Coast experiences is an exciting initiative to create a series of food tourism experiences in Donegal that celebrate Donegal food and its champions. The Food coast Experiences are immersive and give you a taste and flavour of the food and drink culture in Donegal. 2017 was the first year of the Food Coast Experiences and featured a range of events from festivals, guides tours, cooking and dining with chefs and the famous chowder cook-off. Planning is now underway to develop Food Coast Experiences 2018 and businesses interested in running an event should contact the Local Enterprise Office.Read More