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BEECHLAWN ORGANIC FARM

Company address

Beechlawn Farm, Ballinasloe,
Galway

Contact details

Channels Supplied:

  • Foodservice
  • Online
  • Retail
Padraig and Una met in 1999 while both studying organic horticulture at The Organic College, Dromcollogher. In 2001, they started growing vegetables on Padraig's parents farm. The following year, Beechlawn Organic Farm was established.

The business grew year-on-year, and the couple gradually gave up teaching horticulture to work full-time alongside other staff members, growing and selling organic vegetables.

Starting with a box scheme, the business moved into farmers' markets. In 2009 it started selling to supermarkets. Over the following years, Beechlawn Organic Farm gradually gave up the markets and now focuses on the veg box delivery scheme alongside sales to shops, restaurants, supermarkets and larger wholesalers.

The company grows veg on four sites around Ballinasloe. In addition to its own farm, it rents land in Killure on an organic farm belonging to Breege O' Brien; Taughmaconnell on Denis Cogavin's farm; and Moher on an organic conversion, which was ready for crop growing in February 2016.

Why Us

Beechlawn Organic Farm provides a very extensive range of homegrown produced, organic vegetables.

Our product range

Beetroot
Broccoli
Brussels Sprouts
Carrots; Loose; Bunched
Cabbage; White; Red
Savoy Cabbage Pointed
Celery
Chard; Red, Green; Rainbow
Courgette
Cucumber
Flower Sprouts
Kale
Leeks
Lettuce
Salad Leaves
Onions
Nettles, Parsley, Mint

Markets supplied
  • Middle East
  • UK & NI
Sustainability

We try to use energy efficient and environmentally friendly methods of packing and distribution where possible.

Our Accreditations
  • Organic
  • Origin Green Verified
  • Sustainable Horticulture Assurance Scheme (SHAS)
Our Awards

National Organic Awards 2011 / 2014, SCCULL Awards

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