WIN a Box of Keogh’s Shamrock Crisps just in time for St Patrick’s Day

Keogh’s Farm are the only potato growers in the world who offer fresh potatoes and potato crisps from the same farm side by side in the same store!



“We sleep, eat, breathe potato crisps and potatoes!” says. Tom Keogh, managing director of Keogh’s Family Farm. The family have been growing potatoes in north county Dublin for over 200 years. The city of Dublin has grown around the farm over the years!



In 2012 the Keogh Family launched the world’s first-ever shamrock flavoured food delight: Hand-cooked Shamrock and Sour Cream Irish potato Crisps. The flavour for these was developed with the “Living Shamrock Company” in Ballinskelligs, Co. Kerry, who have been producing fresh shamrock for the American President since 1952. 


COMPETITION TIME!
I’m delighted this year to be once again associated with Keogh’s Farm in having a Box of their famous Crisps to Give Away in time for this year’s St Patrick’s Day!

To WIN this Hamper simply LIKE or Follow the Keoghs Facebook or Twitter 
by Clicking below:


The competition will Close on Tuesday 7th March 
and you should get the Box of Crisps in time for St. Patrick’s Day
(not guaranteed – depending on winner’s location.)

Best of Luck to all!
Zack
https://platform.twitter.com/widgets/follow_button.html?screen_name=IrishFoodGuide

Competition Closed – Winner is Anthony McGinty via a Facebook Like

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Zack Gallagher. News about Food in Ireland, Food Producers & Irish Food Tourism. Chef, Food Blogger, Failte Ireland Food Ambassador. On the #WildAtlanticWay @IrishFoodGuide on Twitter
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