A family of great taste

We are a family run business that are passionate about bringing our family of great tasting products into your family home.



Our story dates back to the 1880’s in West Cork where our Clonakilty Blackpudding was made using a secret recipe that was passed down through the generations in our family butcher shop Edward Twomey’s in Clonakilty. Over the years we have extended our product range to include sausages, rashers and most recently Veggie Pudding.



The story of Clonakilty Food Co. begins in 1976 when Edward Twomey purchased a butcher shop in the centre of the West Cork town of the same name and with it came a secret recipe for black pudding. The recipe dated back to the early 1880s and plays a central role in our company’s success today.


  • Introducing NEW Clonakilty Veggie Sausages
    Introducing our NEW Clonakilty Veggie Sausages made with fresh vegetables. Clonakilty Veggie Sausages are made with the same passion for quality and taste as our famous Clonakilty Ispíní Sausages. This meat free sausage together with a delicious combination of fresh vegetables and grains, makes our Clonakilty Veggie Sausage a family favourite. In addition to the …

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  • Clonakilty Hampers Available now!
    Clonakilty Hampers are now available to purchase on our online shop for you to treat yourself or a loved one this Christmas. Choose from our Regular, Large or Gluten Free hampers, all brimming with an array of tasty Clonakilty products. Each hamper contains our family of great tasting products. Clonakilty Blackpudding, Clonakilty Whitepudding, Clonakilty Veggie …

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  • Great British Chef
    We have recently partnered up with the Great British Chef, Lewis De Hass (Crispin) to create some new delicious recipes to inspire you at home. Great British Chef are the team behind one of the fastest growing food websites in the UK and we were delighted when they approached us to create two new recipes …

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