Continuing the traditional farming practices of their ancestors, with more than 6,000 years of provenance, Ireland’s dairy farmers collect milk to craft the dairy brand, Kerrygold.
Roaming freely across a hectare to call their own, up to 300 days a year, amongst the greenest grass graze the dairy cows. The result is butter and cheese, packed with naturally occurring antioxidant beta-carotene to give these products their characteristic golden colour and creamy taste.
Established in 1962, Kerrygold today is a co-operative representing 15,000 family owned farms, most of which have been handed down through the generations. Across Ireland, these small scale dairy farms are working together to share their premium, sustainably farmed and manufactured dairy products with discerning epicureans of the world.
“Our rich, creamy milk from grass-fed cows creates the most naturally produced and exceptionally tasty dairy products unique to Ireland. With a freshness and quality ensured by the care and dedication of our farmers, Kerrygold is a humble embodiment of Ireland’s most beloved craft” said Kate Saul, Marketing Manager, Kerrygold.
“The opportunity to share our Irish butter and cheese in Australia is such an honour. We hope our love of taste and tradition can be enjoyed by families and food lovers across Australia.”
The range includes:
- Pure Irish Butter, Slightly Salted 250g
- Pure Irish Butter, Unsalted 250g
- Cheddar Vintage 200g
- Cheddar Extra Mature 200g
- Cheddar Dubliner 200 g