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The Organic Store
Main Street, Birr Co Offaly
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The Organic Store

Jonathan Haslam's shop sells a carefully selected range of organic products including Coolfin breads, Sowan's organic baking mixes, and Lough Boora Farm produce - and also eco friendly household products and other useful items that aren't found in ordinary shops.


It's the retail arm of Jonathan's family business, Mossfield Organic Farm, well know for their organic dairy products, notably Ralph Haslam's magnificent gouda style cheeses which have been wowing the judges at international competitions ever since production started in 2005.


Of the five cheeses currently made (two plain and three flavoured) the mature plain is especially outstanding for its rich nuttyy flavour – and their other dairy products include organic buttermilk and cream.

Open: Mon-Sat 10-6.30 abbreviations

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