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Grown on our family farm in Kilbeggan, Ireland

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The Perfect Creamy Porridge.

For the perfect start to your day, Kilbeggan’s Organic Porridge Oats taste creamy and delicious, with the added benefit of being healthy and loaded with fibre. Our award winning oats are grown on our organic farm in the heart of the Irish midlands. We don’t sell anyone’s oats but our own!

Handmade Irish Oat Cookies.

Handmade in Ireland with oats grown at Ballard Organic Farm by the Lalor family in Kilbeggan, Co. Westmeath.

A Selection Of Kilbeggan Products.

Why not try a selection of our products this includes Kilbeggan Organic Porridge, Kilbeggan Handmade Oat Cookies and Kilbeggan Organic Porridge Bread Mix.

KILBEGGAN ORGANIC OATS

Single Origin Porridge Oats

Why are our oats different? We only sell the oats that we grow here on our farm. By refusing to buy in oats from outside sources we can maintain a superior quality product. This means that sometimes our oats can be hard to find on the shelves, but its what makes them special.

Certified Organic

We have been farming organically since 1999 under the watchful eye of the Organic Trust Ltd regulatory body. They ensure that organic farmers in Ireland are farming to a stringent organic standard set down by the European Commission.

Health Benefits

Oats are high in beta glucan which has been shown to help reduce cholesterol.  They are also high in fibre, low in saturated fat, salt free and a source of Iron. Kilbeggan oats are grown on our organic farm in the heart of the Irish midlands. We don’t sell anyone’s oats but our own!

No pesticides, fungicides, herbicides or artificial fertilisers.

Our oats are grown without the use of pesticides, fungicides, herbicides or artificial fertilisers. This means the the oats you purchase are as nature intended them to be.