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Keohanes' Seafood Shop

@keohaneseafoods.ie

Keohane's is a family run seafood company from Bantry Bay, a small fishing harbour safely nestled on the rugged West Cork coastline.

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Keohane's Seafood Shop is a renowned family-run seafood company nestled in Bantry Bay, a picturesque fishing harbor along the rugged West Cork coastline. With a commitment to quality and tradition, Keohane's sources premium Irish seafood directly from trusted fishermen, ensuring honest Tide-to-Table traceability. Their versatile product range caters to both national and export markets and includes fresh and frozen seafood.


In fact, Keohane's is at the forefront of innovation, being the first in Europe to introduce a microwaveable skin film range of products. At Keohane's Seafood Shop, they believe that creativity and innovation are essential for success. That's why they invest significantly in research and new product development to meet their customers' needs.


When you see the Keohane's label, you can be sure of premium, top-quality seafood. From their seasonal range and fresh fillets to their delectable microwaveable options, Keohane's offers a wide variety of choices. For recipe inspiration, browse their tasty recipes, such as Oven-Roasted Cod and Scallions with Spiced Potatoes or Mackerel Fillets with Chilli, Garlic, and Lemon.


Get to know the dedicated team behind Keohane's, including Managing Directors Colman and Mike Keohane, Sales & Marketing Manager Jacklyn O'Sullivan, Key Account Manager Ciara Dennis, Financial Controller Rachel O'Donovan, and Accounts Manager Shona O'Donovan. Contact them today through phone or email to experience the finest seafood from Keohane's Seafood Shop

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Privately Held

Company Size

51-200

Year Founded

2010

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