Potatoes: Farm to Fork
At Gibbstown Farms, we are the finest potato growers, packers and suppliers in Leinster, Ireland.
Gibbstown Farms Potatoes
We supply fresh potatoes year round to shops and wholesalers. We grow, wash, pack and store potatoes on site in our farm. Below are descriptions of some of the varieties of potato we produce.
This variety has a rough skin that ranges in colour from a light brown to to a yellow-white. Its tubers are quite large and their growth is generally limited to a small window of the year, however they survive well in storage.
KERR’S PINK POTATOES
This variety is known for its floury texture, making it perfect for mashing. First grown in the early twentieth century, it is now ireland’s second most common varient. These potatoes have a high resistance to pests and are a favorite of the older generation.
Roosters can instantly be identified by their deep pink-purple skin. They are Ireland’s most common variant of potato. They are popular largely due to their versatility. They can be chipped, mashed, boiled, roasted and baked. Despite their skin, they are yellow on the inside like any other savoury potato.
We stock greengrocers, shops and restaurants with our high quality potatoes. Potatoes are a staple of the Irish diet and for good reason; ours are packed with nutrients and full of flavour.
Farm to fork service
Fresh Produce all year round
100% Irish potatoes
Grown, Harvested, Washed & Packed in Meath
100% Bord Bia Quality Assured
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Bord Bia Quality Assured Farm
100% Irish Origin potatoes
Multiple varieties grown on our farm
Can deliver on large orders fast
Capacity to store 6000 tonnes on site here on our farm
Dedicated cold storage facilities on site
Advanced harvesting machinery used to protect produce
We provide large quantities of our potatoes to leading Irish wholesalers. The majority of our potatoes are harvested between August and November and they go immediately in to cold storage for year round freshness.
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