The Ulster Herald were delighted to welcome this fabulous range of food & drink suppliers/producers to Omagh Food Festival on Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th June.

Silverbirch Hotel – Local hotelier and bistro

Main Street – Food and drink entertainment hub

Fermanagh Lakeland Tourism – Info on things to do and see in Fermanagh & Tyrone

Baronscourt Brewery – Local craft beers

Katie K’s Cakes and Bakes – Home baking

Kennedy Bacon – Pork products to taste and purchase

Ballyriff Buffalo – Cooked buffalo burgers and take home buffalo meat products

Long Meadow Cider – Local craft ciders

Tom and Ollie – Artisan producer of pesto, tapenades, hummus and sun dried tomatoes. Cheese and charcuterie specialists

Chocolate Fountain WPN – Chocolate Fountain, candy floss, sweets

Ion distillery – Local Craft Gin

Sweet Spot – Waffle Ice Cream, slushies and sweets

Burren Balsamics – Full range of balsamic vinegars

Coffee Plus NI – Organic teas, coffee, hot drinks and complimentary treats

La Bonne Crepe – Artisan French creperie 

Mellon Country Inn – Local hotelier and bistro

Tamnagh Foods & Dart Mountain Cheese – Cheese, pickles, relishes, chutneys and granolas

Cavanagh Free Range Eggs – Local free-range eggs

Roberta’s Cakes and Bakes – Cup cake decorating, home baking

Dinky Donuts – Freshly made donuts

Dollakis in the Park – Greek and Mediterranean food

Ruby’s Fine Foods – Handmade jams, marmalades and chutneys

Curry Sauce NI – Curry Sauces from India, Thailand and Malaysia

Pure Baltic – Rolled artisan Ice Cream





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