Situated at the foot of the Blackstairs Mountains in Co. Wexford, Killowen Farm has
been the Dunne Family home for over 200 years. Owners Nicholas and Judith Dunne
took over Ireland's oldest farmhouse yogurt in 2004 and in 2005, moved the yogurt
production to their own dairy farm in Courtnacuddy, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford.
Killowen Farm's yogurt is proud to use only the finest natural ingredients with many
fruit flavours to suit all palates. The company's range of yogurts has nothing added or
taken away, it is naturally low in fat and contains natural live cultures.
Spotlight Target Area: Product Health and Nutrition
As a food business, sustainability at Killowen Farm has always lied at the heart of its
operations. Killowen Farm view sustainability as a key factor and critical component
in its efforts to provide a solid and ongoing foundation for success. As a rural business
and employer, Killowen Farm has a responsibility to the local population, hence one
of its primary goals is to protect the land and resources for future generations by
safeguarding the surrounding natural environment. All of these factors contribute to
Killowen Farm's personal brand and ethos, forming the basis for its long-term future as
a company in the Irish market and beyond.
Throughout the year 2021, the company demonstrated exemplary performance in its
sustainability plan across the target areas of Water and Product Health & Nutrition.
Within the Product Health and Nutrition area, Killowen Farm is constantly looking
for ways to innovate and improve its recipes and the nutritional value of its produce
wherever feasible. Throughout 2021, three new products were added to Killowen
Farm's Cultured Dairy Range, which are 0% fat, contains no additives or preservatives,
and promotes gut health.