Coeliac Awareness Week has come round again and as usual it's not only a great opportunity to raise awareness of coeliac disease but also to celebrate great gluten free food.
This year we've got some great offers for you plus we're part of some exciting events and giveaways.
We are offering a massive 20% off our online shop for the whole of Coeliac Awareness Week (live now until midnight on 15th May) so make sure you stock up on all your favourite products and maybe even try something new. Simply use code GFGOODNESS at the checkout to apply the saving. All of our gluten free products are included in the offer, from cereals and toasts, to cakes, cookies, bars and more.
Owner of The Foods of Atherny, Siobhan Lawless, presents the new gluten free Gourmet Gift Boxes - the perfect Christmas gift for foodies.
Find out all about The Foods of Athenry's delicious gluten free range including the new gift boxes in our video:
The Foods of Athenry are proud to sponsor the first ever MADRA 5K Doggy Dash to help raise money for the vital work MADRA do finding forever homes for unwanted, neglected, abused or abandoned dogs.
The five kilometre sponsored run will take place on Sunday 9th October in Cappagh Park Knocknacarra. Walk, jog or run the 5k route which takes you around the Cappagh Park playing fields and through parts of scenic Barna Woods. The course is flat and fast so perfect for first timers and also a great PB opportunity for the more seasoned runner. Dogs are not permitted to enter but are welcome to come and support!
Family-run Irish company The Foods of Athenry has once again been celebrated in this year’s Great Taste Awards, announced on 28th July 2016.
The Foods of Athenry’s range of gluten-free sodabread toasts were all awarded stars in the 2016 Great Taste Awards, bringing the company to over 50 taste accolades for its all-natural and additive-free products.
It was 9.30 a.m. on the morning of the 29th June 2011. We were on birthday time as it was Pauls 50th birthday only the day before and were in the house having a late and leisurely breakfast with some of the kids. The farmhouse is no more than 20 metres from the bakery.
We heard a whooshing sound, and thought it was a lorry pulling up. So Paul looked out the window to check if he was needed to go help with a delivery. He said ‘the bakery is on fire’, and started to run. I thought he was joking.