Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Glenilen's Pop Up Farm in Dublin today


Pop Up Farm you say???


The guys at Glenilen are launching a new yoghurt four-pack, so we got an email into the inbox this morning about a Pop Up Farm in Dublin city centre today! To find out exactly where be sure to get on to them on Twitter or Facebook.


Here's what the email said:

Glenilen Farm Hosts Pop Up Farm in Dublin to Launch New 125g Four-Pack Yoghurt

Glenilen Farm, today 8th April, launched its layered fruit and ‘live’ probiotic natural yoghurt pots in a new 125g four pack at a pop up Glenilen Farm in the heart of Dublin city. Incorporating the same great recipe as their 500g parent pots and available in three delicious flavours – Mango & Passion Fruit, Strawberry and Raspberry – the new 125g pots are the perfect way to enjoy farmhouse fresh goods in the most convenient of ways. Each flavoured four pack is priced at €2.59 and consists of creamy, natural and low fat yoghurt with no artificial additives or preservatives.

Speaking about the launch of the four packs, Glenilen Farm founder and owner Alan Kingston said, “Here at Glenilen Farm we are constantly looking for ways to make our quality products more accessible to our customers. Although the glass jar pots and the 500g yoghurt tubs are synonymous with Glenilen Farm, the 125g multi-packs offer the same fresh and natural probiotic yoghurt in a more convenient and cost effective way.”

Using just their signature yoghurt and fresh tasting fruit to deliver an authentic farmhouse taste, the ’live’ probiotic natural yoghurts multi-packs are made using the same recipe from when Glenilen Farm first started selling their produce at Farmers markets almost twenty years ago.

Glenilen Farm ambassador Sonia O’Sullivan said of the launch: “I have always enjoyed discovering good quality local food producers and felt an instant connection with Glenilen Farm upon visiting them  and seeing the way in which they create pure and simple produce. As an athlete, I have always been conscious of knowing how exactly my food got from field to fridge and look to support good quality Irish food when I can. The new multi-packs are a fantastic addition to the range and mean that fresh Glenilen Farm produce is now even easier and more convenient to enjoy. “

Established in 1996, Glenilen Farm first began selling its delicious tasting authentic yoghurts and desserts, butter and cream at local Farmer’s markets and has since expanded into retail, with the new multipacks now available in Dunnes Stores, Musgraves, Mortons, Nolans and Tesco from JuneAll the products are made with milk from the Kingston’s own herd of cows and neighbouring farms. The company now employs 30 people at its Drimoleague base in the heart of West Cork.

For more information on Glenilen Farm, log onto www.glenilenfarm.ie, become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/glenilenfarmdairy or follow us on Twitter @GlenilenFarm using #Glenilen.

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