27 April 2019 - Cork VegFest

 

Another year, another Cork VegFest! This will be our third year participating in this wonderful vegan event. Our stand will be fourth on the left, down the centre aisle, if you enter the main door of City Hall. Look forward to seeing you there.

Mar 2019 - We've been selected to take part in the 2019 "Grow with Aldi" programme

 

Our Coconut Treasure yoghurt alternative will be available in all 137 Aldi stores from the 6th to the 16th June as part of the "Grow with Aldi" programme. This is basically an opportunity that Aldi give to 38 small Irish food producers once a year. The top 5 performers during the 10 day programme get a 12 month listing from September 2019. Fingers and bones crossed that we'll be one of those top 5. To learn more about the "Grow with Aldi" programme click here

 

Nov 2018 - The Happy Pear give Coconut Treasure the thumbs up at the Cork Kerry Food market

 

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Oct 2018 - Schull and Crossbones article in the Evening Echo

 

 

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Oct 2018 - Cork Kerry Food Market promotional video

 

 

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Sept 2018 - Irish Times article by Olive Keogh

 

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Sept 2018 - Award winning fruit in Coconut Treasure

 

 

Many of you have given us so much positive feedback about the fruit that we put on the bottom of our Coconut Treasure pots.

All of our fruit is supplied by  Clotilde's Fruit Compotes from Glanworth in County Cork.

This past weekend, Clotilde got Silver and Bronze awards for her fruit compotes at the prestigious Blas na hEireann awards in Dingle, Co Kerry. Well done Clotilde! Congratulations from all at Schull & Crossbones.

July 2018 - LOWEST SUGAR CONTENT IN IRELAND 

 

We don't add any sugar to our products and as a result our Coconut Treasure has amongst the lowest sugar content - 1.2% in our natural product - of any yoghurt available in Ireland. Our fruit-on-the-bottom products also contain much less sugar than other comparable dairy products because we also don't add any sugar to our fruit.