We are vetted annually by the Irish Organic Association for our Burren Smoked Irish Organic Salmon.
Burren Smokehouse achieved the standards set by Bord Bía’s sustainability programme called Origin Green in summer of 2016 and undergoes regular audits to assure that the high standards are maintained.
Our cold and hot smoked salmon, mackerel and trout are kosher certified annually by the kosher certification from the London Beth Din Kashrut Division.
The Burren Smokehouse is approved by the Sea Fisheries Protection Authority (SFPA), an official agency of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland in accordance with the legal regulations. This approval applies to following species and activities:
Ecotourism Ireland is an organisation set up to stimulate the development of ecotourism in Ireland. Its label is approved as the national ecotourism label and it acts as an independent certification and standards authority in Ireland. Core to ecotourism and to the Ecotourism Ireland philosophy is the concept of environmental sustainability and the label has been developed in order to ensure that the environmental impacts of certified ecotourism products are minimised. The label also encourages proactive nature conservation and the promotion of local cultural values, while at the same time developing local economies and the long term viability of ecotourism destinations. The Ecotourism Ireland label helps you to find high quality experiences and guarantees a high quality of delivery of services – it reassures you that the holiday and travel experience is the genuine article.
As members of the Burren Ecotourism Network, we subscribe to the Ecotourism Ireland philosophy.
We have been a proud member of Good Food Ireland almost from the very start in 2006.
Birgitta Hedin-Curtin has been the founder of the Clare Convivium of Slow Food, a global movement that seeks to protect heirloom plants and traditional ways of preparing foods. Their motto: Good, Fair, Clean.
Since 2005, Birgitta has been organising the Burren Slow Food Festival which takes place each May in Lisdoonvarna.