Broighter gold rapeseed oil is a family business established in 2006. Their oils, which now include a range of infused oils, can be bought all over Northern Ireland, online and at their on-site farm shop. They also sell through a distribution company in ROI to various restaurants and have recently signed up with Liberty’s in London. Broighter Gold are part of the Economusee network and have been welcoming tours of the farm since 2012. Awards they have won include gold and best producer in Derry at the 2018 Blas Na hEireann awards, bronze for their rapeseed oil in 2017, 2 gold stars for special edition rapeseed oil at the Great Taste Awards 2016.
Broughgammon Farm was set up in 2011 specialising in cabrito kid goat meat and then branching out into free-range rose veal and seasonal wild game. They now have their own artisan on-site butchery, run seasonal cookery, butchery and wild game classes and have a small farm shop. Currently most of their sales are direct through Causeway Speciality market, Naturally North Coast & Glens markets, St George’s Market, Belfast and Temple Bar Food Market in Dublin but they also have plans to increase and push restaurant sales. They are currently collaborating with Corndale Farm to produce products to export. Awards they have won include a two star award for goat bacon in 2016 Great Taste Awards.
Corndale Farm was established in 2012 with a herd of 4 free range pigs and the aim to produce top quality pork. They now have between 80 and 100 pigs. In 2016 they spotted a gap in the market for Northern Irish made charcuterie and now produce a number of charcuterie products including chorizo, salami, pancetta and air dried meats. Products can be found at the finest hotels and restaurants throughout Ireland and GB as well as online. Corndale Farm regularly host food tours at their farm. They received 3 awards from blas na heireann in 2017 and in 2018 won gold for their wild sika venison salami. They have also won stars in 2017 and 2018 Great Taste Awards.