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Just back from our local market at Mahon Point this morning, and what an experience. Wonderful to see all the local suppliers  with such amazing products , including freshly baked Arbutus Bread, Gubeen Cheese , Regale Pateserie Biscuits, Rose Cottage Fruits and Drinks, Ballycotton Seafoods, Cork Coffee, lots of homemade cake stands, numerous vegetables all grown locally, Free Range Eggs, Fresh Flowers, and a wonderful  new product Seaweed Oil, - look forward to trying that   - I could go on... The selection is just amazing and well done to all those producers who have worked  so hard to bring their product to market. 

We should all support these producers, not because its the right thing to do, but they have such quality , and great value  for incredibly high end products.  

Great place to meet a friend and have a catch coffee  up in a really lovely atmosphere with everyone smiling - 

Cant wait to call again soon, now have to get back to work 

Chat soon

Regards

Mary & Oonagh

www.townandcountryhampers.com

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