Saturday June 6, 2020

Shamrock-flavoured crisps for Paddy's Day

Keogh's, the Irish farming family from north county Dublin, have launched the first-ever shamrock-flavoured food for St Patrick's Day.

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Tadhg McGuinness, 3, from Ballyboughal, with Tom Keogh, general manager of Keogh's farm. Photo: Maxwells

Keogh's, the Irish farming family who have been growing potatoes in north county Dublin for more than 200 years, have launched the first-ever shamrock-flavoured food for St Patrick's Day.

A Facebook store has been set-up to sell Keogh's hand-cooked shamrock and sour cream Irish potato crisps, as international demand is expected to be high ahead of St Patrick's Day.

Keogh's are the only 'on-farm' producers of hand-cooked crisps in Ireland, having recently set up a small...

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