Even though we're all practicing physical distancing and most of us are working from home, we still want to help support Irish food and drink producers.
We've decided to help our readers #ShopForIreland, so we'll be posting every day to highlight great food and drink businesses around the country. Get in touch on our social channels with your suggestions on who we should write about.
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Box Burger DIY, Dublin, Bray and Greystones
Hot on the heels of the Platform Pizza box – which you can read about here - comes this new offering from sister restaurant Box Burger. It costs €34.99 via the website stuffuneed.ie, and can be delivered in Dublin, Bray and Greystones. Each box contains the makings of six burgers including patties, buns, toppings and sauces, and if you live locally to the restaurant in Bray, there is also an option to collect a kit. Full details on that at boxburger.ie.
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Gourmet Fuel, deliveries nationwide
In need of a delivery of some healthy breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks or side dishes with a full breakdown of nutritional information? Gourmet Fuel, which is based in Dublin but can deliver throughout the country, will fit the bill.
Protein balls, curries, burrito bowls, salads, pastas and stews are just some of the options available to order on the website, which also includes a handy section where you can fill in your food likes and dislike to get some recommendations.
Delivery is €4.95 for each order, and there‘s also a click and collect option in Sandyford in south Co Dublin two days a week. See gourmetfuel.com.
Cloud Picker, deliveries nationwide
Need to stock up on coffee? You can find some good deals on the website of the Dublin-based roastery Cloud Picker, which is now offering home delivery.
There’s 25 per cent off selected blends and free shipping on orders over 1kg. Monthly blend subscriptions start at €55, with monthly single origin subscriptions starting from €70. See cloudpickercoffee.ie.