In The Media
St Tola Tasting in Store in Dunnes!
We are delighted to announce that St Tola Divine is now available in a number of Dunnes Stores! We will be on special offer from the 20th October to 6th November, so watch out for us and watch out for Grainne in store in Dunnes Store Ennis on the 22nd October.
The season is coming to an end for the fantastic Kinvara Farmers Market. With just 2 more weeks left to go, make sure you get down to Johnsons and meet Sinead Ni Ghairbhith at her beautiful cheese stall! Well done all for a fabulous market as ever this year.
New Recipe for St Tola!
A delicious new summer recipe for St Tola, has been published in the latest Food and Wine Magazine. "Baby Spinach, St Tola and Pea Salad" has been put together by Hugo Arnold and is refreshing and simple. Check it out in our recipe section!
Organic Foods Can Extend Life Expectancy
They may carry a higher price tag, but organic fruit and vegetables can help beat cancer, diabetes and heart disease, according to experts at a North East university.
Researchers from Newcastle University have discovered organic produce is 12% healthier than conventionally-grown greens. And the researchers say eating organic fruit and vegetables could help us live longer even if it is just for a few more days.
Goat's milk is a natural functional food, scientists conclude
Goat’s milk is a natural functional food concluded a group of Spanish scientists, after conducting a series of studies looking into the nutritional characteristics of the dairy product. This article by Helen Glaberson featured in the Dairy reporter.com
The group from Granada University claim that goat milk:
- Is easier to digest as it has a lower lever of lactose than cows milk
- Is rich in calcium, phosphorus, zinc, selenium and casein
- enhances the nutritional use of iron and the regeneration of hemoglobin
- Can improve recovery of those with iron deficiency anemia
- Has a positive influence on antioxidant defence and DNA stability
St Tola Organic Goats Cheese
The Georgina Campbell guide featured this article on St. Tola Goat Cheese.
"The revival and development of Irish farmhouse cheesemaking over the last 30 years has seen some extraordinary enterprises take root and thrive – including St. Tola Organic Goats Cheese, which is produced in the West of Ireland by Siobhan Ni Ghairbhith on the family farm at Inagh, Co. Clare; a village just south of The Burren and nine miles north-west of Ennis, it is easily identified by the Biddy Earley Brewery at the cross roads, which was Ireland’s first brewery pub."