National Organic Food Fair

Visitors

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The NOFF is aimed at consumers who purchse or are thinking of purchasing organic food and ingredients.  It will also be a vital platform for organic producers to showcase their produce to the wider audience including consumer, trade and retail. Our hope is NOFF will offer a vibrant showcase of healthy, sustainable, organic delicacies and speciality ingredients from many, many certified organic food and drink suppliers.

If you are a trade buyer of organic foods and looking to source ethically or a householder keen to take a step towards eating organic and you place great importance on the quality of your food and drink then a visit to Ireland’s National Organic Food Fair is a MUST. Entrance to the event is FREE and offers you a whole host of great opportunities including:

·         FREE access to over 50 leading suppliers of organic products

·         FREE access to the  Organic Food Kitchen & Theatre

·         FREE access to the New Products Showcase & Tasting Area

·         FREE access to the live entertainment

·         PRICELESS a day to explore Organics

How to get there

Directions:
Plan your approach to Marley Park based on the following:

Traffic from M1, N2, N3, N4, N7, N81 travel via M50 to Ballinteer Interchange (southern end of M50) then first exit off roundabout to the Green route and Grange Road and concert car parks.

Traffic from N11 and South Dublin via Leopardstown Road, Sandyford Industrial Estate and new Drumartin Link to Green Route and Grange Road and concert car parks.

Traffic from Dublin City Centre travel via N81 to Terenure Cross Roads then Rathfarnham Road to Grange Road, College Road and concert car parks.

Public Transportation

Dublin Bus will run a direct service to Marley Park departing and returning to Georges City Quay in the city centre. (Service will commence one hour before gates open). For more information on this service visit http://www.dublinbus.ie/news_centre/marlay_park.asp

The 75 bus leaves from The Square, Tallaght and travels through Knocklyon, Fairhouse, Rathfarnham (Nutgrove Shopping Centre) and on to Ballinteer Shopping Centre, which is the recommended stop for the venue. The pedestrian entrance is only a few minutes walk from there.

This route also comes from Dun Laoghaire taking in York Road, Bakers Corner, Deansgrange, Stillorgan Dual Carriageway, Stillorgan Village, Kilmacud, Dundrum and Ballinteer. The Ballinteer shopping centre is the recommended stop. It’s only a few minutes walk to the pedestrian entrance.

The 48A departs from the City Centre (Hawkins Street). This is a very frequent bus leaving approximately every 10 minutes. It travels through Townsend St. then on to Pearse St. The bus stops outside the train station, which is convenient for any ticket holders travelling by Dart from Howth, etc. It then goes through Merrion Square, Stephens Green, Adelaide Road, Ranelagh, Milltown, Dundrum Village, and onto the terminus at the Ballinteer Shopping Centre. Once again it is only a few minutes walk to the venues Pedestrian entrance.