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Bewley Irish Imports is proud to provide the following brands to our wholesale customers:

Bewley's 1940

Founded in 1840, Bewley’s is Ireland’s leading coffee and tea company. They’ve been perfecting the craft of tea and coffee making for many generations, from their humble beginnings in a little shop on Sycamore Alley in Dublin, Ireland, to the home and heart of their brand, our Grafton Street Café, right through to their present day operations across the globe in Ireland, the United Kingdom and the United States.

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Abbey Farm

At Abbey Farm their days are truly jam packed. Located near the town of Abbeyleix in Ireland, Abbey Farm is a small fruit farm that supplies their genuine passion – crafting handmade preserves and chutneys. Every batch of jam is lovingly hand stirred in small, open pots to ensure the finest, yummiest flavor. Their products are 100% pure and natural little dollops of fruity happiness. They hope it makes you happy, too!

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Ballymaloe Foods is all about family, food and a passion for bringing the best ingredients and taste to their customers, in the most sustainable way possible. They are committed to very high standards in food production and integrity in business and are proud to be a trusted brand. Although Ballymaloe Foods now sells sauces and relishes to many countries around the world, at its heart it’s still a small family business.

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Barry's Tea

Barry’s Tea was founded in 1901 by James J. Barry, grandfather of Peter Barry. From the very beginning, quality was at the heart of their family’s business. In 1934, Anthony Barry was awarded the Empire Cup for tea blending, confirming his expertise in the tea trade. This tradition of quality without compromise continues to this day. Through word of mouth alone, their reputation continued to grow and by the mid-1980s Barry’s Tea had become a much loved national brand.

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Founded in 1932, Butlers is Ireland’s premier family-owned firm dedicated to the craft of exceptional chocolate-making. Every day, their team of devoted chocolatiers creates unforgettable experiences for you to discover and savor. The company is 100% Irish family owned and everything they achieve is the result of teamwork and the pursuit of a common goal; to create the most delicious chocolates and to look after all of our customers to the best of our ability.

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Everything Filligans produces is hand-made in Donegal, in small batches, according to traditional farmhouse methods. Their recipes are original – either passed on to them by family and friends, or developed through research, experimentation and taste-testing. Working closely with delicatessens, food halls, whole food shops, cafes and restaurants, they’ve developed a line of products that are ideally suited for all quality food outlets.

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Flahavan's

Not your run of the mill oats. Only the best oats grown in the rich Irish soil, harvested at their ripest and finely milled go into every bag of Flahavan’s. The Flahavan’s family Mill stands on the River Mahon, just outside the village of Kilmacthomas in Co Waterford. It’s the perfect place for growing and milling oats and 235 years later, it’s a place they are sll proud to call home.

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Follain

Folláin is the Irish word for wholesome which is at the core of their commitment to honest food made with the purest ingredients to hand. They really believe that preserves have the power to capture nature at its best and that’s what they wanted to share with the world. Folláin prides itself on using Irish ingredients wherever possible. It’s true, sometimes they have to go further afield to get the sunny Seville oranges for our marmalades. But they work closely with producers like Keelings in Dublin, Clarke’s Fresh Fruit in Meath, Sunnyside Fruit Farm in Cork, Kearns Fruit Farm in Wexford, and The Apple Farm in Tipperary to ensure that wherever possible their jars are oozing with 100% Irish fruit.

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Hogan's

Hogan’s has been the established favorite among lovers of fine Irish breads. Hogan’s preserves the me honored method of grinding a blend of selected wheats on traditional millstones and employs generations-old recipes. No small wonder these unique bread mixes have soared in popularity with those seeking wholesome alternatives.

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Kilbeggan

Using the best of Certified Organic Irish Oats and unsalted Irish creamy butter, Lily Lalor has perfected a cookie recipe handed down through five generations. The only thing better than one Kilbeggan Oat Cookie is another! These crispy, delicious treats are free from hydrogenated fat, artificial preservatives, flavors & colorings. Handmade in Kilbeggan, County Westmeath, Ireland on the Lalor Family Organic Farm.

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Since 1882, Maldon’s gourmet salt flakes has been made with the same traditional artisan methods. Their soft crunchy flakes are loved by chefs and cooks the world over, and their curious pyramid crystals have always been their company trademark. Approved by “Organic Food Federation”, Maldon’s gourmet salt flakes have a perfect balance of minerals with no additives.

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Mileeven

Mileeven was established in 1988 by Eilis Gough.  The Great Taste Awards,  Irish Food Awards, and Gulfood Awards that they have received over the years for their honey, as well as BRC AA and Organic Trust Certification, confirm quality and innovation, and Mileeven’s position as a leading honey supplier in Ireland and around the world. Mileeven’s all natural honey has a robust flavor ideal for baking, glazing, marinating, or as a topping on breads and scones. Milveen’s line of honeys also includes Sarah’s, which offers an interesting twist to honey. They are all pure honeys infused with different fruits, nuts or spices that are packaged beautifully to ensure they really stand out on shelf or as a gift offering.

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A Good Luck Gift From Ireland! O’Neill is a name almost as legendary as Ireland itself – it hearkens back to an ancient and noble Gaelic family lineage, rich with history and tradition. Their shortbread is based on an age old recipe passed down by generaons and contains the simplest yet finest ingredients, blended and baked to delicious perfection.

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Oriel Sea Salt is the only salt on the planet that is harvested through a sealed pressurized system, meaning all the goodness is retained. Non-oxidized, the sea salt has more minerals, like magnesium, and lower sodium, than other salts. It has a powerful yet smooth taste that penetrates food faster with better dispersal of flavor. They use an organic certified, sustainable harvesting process. Oriel Sea Salt is located at Port Oriel, only meters from the seashore in the picturesque village of Clogherhead, seven miles east of Drogheda, County Louth, online slots, Ireland.

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For over 30 years their family has been crafting their delicious, seasonal and local Philadelphia area treat. The original of this flavor sensation is deep in lore but examples of them were spread around the cities Irish Neighborhoods more than 50 years ago when Candy Makers were looking for something to thrill children and their grown-ups after Valentines Day but still before other events kicked off. They now proudly carry the tradition forward by replicating the original potato like treat just as have been enjoyed for generations.

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The Foods Of Athenry

Premium gluten-free, dairy-free & vegan snacks lovingly baked from original recipes. Their products are handmade on the Lawless Family Farm in County Galway, Ireland. Their love of good food is something that was, and still is, a family passion. Winner of the Great Taste Award & The Irish Food Award.

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Welch Lady

At their jam factory on the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales, the Jones family has been making award winning sweet preserves and savory condiments for 50 years. Their products have won a remarkable number of awards for taste and quality over the years, including the ultimate accolade – Supreme Champion – on two separate occasions at the “Great Taste Awards,” run by the Guild of Fine Food Retailers. They believe in making fine food products in an honest traditional way, with carefully chosen ingredients lovingly prepared and cooked in copper-bottomed open boiling pans.

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