Variety of Mushroom-based Products Launched by Ballyhoura Mountain Mushroom

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Variety of Mushroom-based Products Launched by Ballyhoura Mountain Mushroom

July 07
10:07 2016

BMMThe Irish agriculturist of speciality mushrooms, Ballyhoura Mountain Mushrooms, has announced the United Kingdom’s release of a variety of mushroom-concentrated goods.

They include a porcini oil, mushroom vinegar, mushroom ketchup and a wild garlic vinegar and will be available on shelf in upmarket retailer Harrods from 18 July.

Dr Lucy Deegan, co-founder of Ballyhoura Mountain Mushrooms, said: “We’re delighted to be launching in the UK market with a retailer – such as Harrods – that recognises and actively seeks out innovative, premium and artisan producers.”

Ballyhoura Mountain Mushrooms was established in 2011 by food scientist Mark Cribben and microbiologist Lucy Deegan, who became tired of the poor quality of mushrooms available in their local supermarkets, and so set up their unique business on the Ballyhoura Mountain in County Limerick, Ireland.

Ballyhoura Mountain Mushrooms was founded in 2011 by Dr Lucy Deegan and Mark Cribbin. It is head-quartered in the Ballyhoura Mountains that border the counties of Cork, Limerick & Tipperary in Ireland. The company’s goal is to grow and provide the best quality speciality mushrooms and mushroom goods.

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