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Slaney Farms Produce Ltd

Company address

Tomnalossett, Enniscorthy,
Wexford

Channels Supplied:

  • Foodservice
  • Retail
Set up 25 years ago and boasting a turnover of €3.5m, this family business is owned and managed by John Stafford.

Over the last three decades, the company has established a reputation as a supplier of premium potatoes, vegetables and fresh fruit under the Slaney Farms brand.

Slaney Farms has invested over €2m in new state-of-the-art technology in storage, washing, grading and packing facilities, putting Slaney Farms at the forefront of potato production technology in Ireland.

Currently employing 24 full-time and eight part-time staff, the company has a fully-integrated potato processing system, from planting and growing to harvesting.

Slaney Farms also spearheads its own marketing and distribution, selling to retail multiples such as Tesco and Supervalu, as well as convenience stores countrywide.

Why Us

Slaney Farms is an established Irish brand name with heritage and tradition as core values.

It is a fully-integrated business, delivering quality produce from farm-to-fork.

With a capacity to supply over 6,000 tonnes of fresh produce annually, it ensures consistent quality and has embedded itself into sustainable food production in Wexford. 

Our product range

Rooster Potatoes
Kerr's Pink Potatoes
Golden Wonder Potatoes
Baby Salad Potatoes
Queens Potatoes
Fresh Strawberries - grown locally under the Slaney Farms name
Vegetable range - grown and produced by local suppliers

Sustainability

In the area of raw material sourcing, the company has taken a number of steps around paper and packaging usage. Since 2016, 100% sustainably sourced and recycled paper has been used at Slaney Farms.

They have also reduced by 20% the plastic micron in packaging and by 52% the plastic micron in pallet wrap.

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

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