Support of local suppliers and locally produced goods distinguishes Joyces in the area, with many goods sourced from Irish suppliers
One of a small family-owned chain of supermarkets committed to providing good service and locally sourced food since 1951.
Support of local suppliers and locally produced goods distinguishes Joyces in the area, with many goods sourced from Irish suppliers; 100% Irish meats, including Connemara Hill Lamb, are supplied by Gilligan Meats and Loughnanes. Fish comes from a range of respected suppliers including Burren Smokehouse,
Galway Bay Seafoods, Kinvara Smoked Salmon and The Fisherman - and numerous other suppliers, many of them small producers, are credited on their website.
Their efforts are rewarded with frequent accolades, including the the Glanbia Best in Fresh Awards in 2012.
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