If you are visiting the Causeway Coast, one thing you might not want to miss is the great selection of authentic farm shops along the way.

With a vast range of locally sourced and produced food available, tourists and locals exploring the Causeway Coastal route can set their taste buds alight.

Taste Causeway, an organisation set up to promote and raise awareness for great food and drink experiences along the Causeway route, has 5 farm shops among our members.

Check them out below:

  • Broighter Gold Farm Shop, Limavady

If you want to get your hands on a bottle of the UK’s best known and loved rapeseed oil, enjoyed by President Barack Obama, The Irish President, and even The Queen, a trip to Broighter Gold Farm Shop is a must.

The shop is located on the picturesque farm just outside Limavady and is stocked full of local produce. You’ll also be able to take home your own taste of Broighter Gold Farm with bottles of their own rapeseed oil, which is harvested, pressed and bottled right on the farm.

For more information, visit https://broightergold.co.uk

  • Broughgammon Farm Shop, Ballycastle

If you’re searching for the perfect weekend brunch spot, look no further than Broughgammon Farm Shop in Ballycastle. Open every Friday to Sunday, guests can enjoy luxurious homemade cakes made from foraged ingredients in the cafe before paying the farm shop a visit.

The shop is packed with ethically sourced and sustainable local produce sourced from the farm itself, including meat, abernethy butter, raw milk, corndale salami, corleggy cheese, and even homegrown vegetables.

Find out more about Broughgammon Farm Shop by visiting https://www.broughgammon.com

  • Jam at the Doorstep Farm Shop, Armoy

A brand new addition to the North Coast, Jam at the Doorstep Farm Shop opened their doors in Armoy in March 2021. From Thursday to Saturday, visitors are able to peruse the shop’s stock which is packed in abundance with local produce. 

As well as stocking all of the wonderful Jam at the Doorstep products, you will also be able to find products from producers like North Coast Chocolates, Amazin Grazin, Causeway Cookie Company and more. All of their updated stock is posted on their social media, so keep an eye out.

Follow Jam at the Doorstep on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/jamatthedoorstep/

  • Seasons of the Glens Pop up Farm Shop

Travelling from market to market, Seasons of the Glens always want to bring produce to local communities, as well as giving local growers and farmers a platform to sell their goods. 

Make sure to take a trip down to your local farm or artisan market, as you never know when Seasons of the Glens will make their appearance. 

To learn more about Seasons of the Glens, visit https://www.seasonsoftheglens.co.uk

  • The Glensway Farm Shop, Ballymena

The Glensway Farm Shop always wants to bring the very best local produce to their customers. The beef, which is expertly butchered in house, comes from the McKay’s family farm located just 13 miles away from the shop.

For those who love nothing more than the smell of a freshly baked loaf, there is also a in-house bakery where you’ll also be able to pick up some fruit, vegetables, and other locally sourced products too.

For updates, visit The Glensway Farm Shop on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GlenswayTavernFarmshop

Visit https://www.tastecauseway.com to find your perfect Taste Causeway experience.

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