In the capital this September and looking for a food-filled day out? This year’s National Organic Food Fair is to take place on Sunday, 14th September in Marlay Park, 10.30am to 4.30pm.
This public event is free for all and is a collaboration between the Organic Trust and the Irish Organic Farmers and Growers Association, and is supported by the Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine.
The organic festival will house lots of outdoor stalls and marquees showcasing the best in organic Irish products, from soups, yogurts, burgers, cider and apple syrups.
Apart from the food attraction, the fair will have many other different things on offer for families such as face painters, balloon makers and a pet farm.
Now in its second year, Chef Clodagh McKenna will return to host cookery demonstrations using organic produce (12.30pm and 2pm).
For those who’re interested about producing an organic product, a range of producers will be giving practical talks on the day. According to organisers:
“The aim of this years National Organic Food Fair is to strengthen and promote the message that organic, local and seasonal foods offer the best quality ingredients for home cooking, combined with the added advantage of supporting jobs, economic growth and local development”.
To find out more from the event, visit http://www.nationalorganicfoodfair.com/
(Image via National Food Fair on Facebook)