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Truly Irish Country Foods

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Membership Pending



About the company

Established in 2009, Truly Irish is a food company owned by 85 farming shareholders. The Truly Irish brand produces premium quality food products, which are fully traceable back to Irish farms. The products - which are available to buy across the Irish and European markets are dairy, cereal & pork produce. In 2015, the company began to diversify by introducing a breakfast cereal range made up of granola and gluten-free porridge.

Moreover, the company now has a strong presence in the dairy market, with Truly Irish branded cheddar cheese and butter ranges. There is no mistaking our name or our label – Truly Irish Country Foods. It’s not just a name, it’s our guarantee.

What makes Truly Irish different is we absolutely refuse to compromise quality for profit. You can be confident whenever you purchase a Truly Irish product it comes from your local producer and is fully traceable back to the farm. You are also helping to save over 8,000 Irish jobs.

Key Sustainability Commitments

Committed to Responsible Sourcing:
Truly Irish Source 100% of their dairy raw materials from Sustainable Dairy Assurance Scheme (SDAS) accredited suppliers. 100% of their pork meat is traceable back to Irish Farms.
Focus on Health and Nutrition:
In 2016 they launched a Gluten Free Protein Porridge and a new sausage recipe which has higher protein content and reduced salt.Truly Irish continue to reduce salt, saturated fat and sugar content in our products to help tackle the increased obesity levels in society.
Renewable Energy:
We encourage our Shareholders to develop sustainable initiatives such as the production of bio-gas from the anaerobic digestion of pig manure through bio wave technology.
Sustainable Cities & Communities:
Truly Irish encourages its staff to get involved in the local Community & Voluntary organisations. We sponsor local teams and regularly attend fundraising events.
Promotes Biodiversity:
Truly Irish have committed to building a waste water filtration pond onsite by 2019