Tom Keogh

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To make the ideal white chip, the potato in question has to have a low sugar content or else they’ll brown too quickly.

The traditional Irish chipper may turn out to be one of the more unlikely victims of Brexit. Most chippers here import their potatoes from Britain, a (...)

Keoghs Crisps managing director Tom Keogh with supplier Michael O’Neill of O’Neills Irish Atlantic Sea Salt of the Beara Peninsula.

The Keoghs have been farming potatoes in north county Dublin for more than 200 years. A family operation, they supply field vegetables from “Dublin’s (...)

Election posters outside Government Buildings in Dublin as the 2016 general election campaign gets underway. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

It’s the economy, stupid. The de facto slogan for Bill Clinton’s 1992 US presidential campaign is just as relevant for the general election campaign t(...)

Marketer of the Year for 2015 Tom Keogh:  a ‘farmeter’

Tom Keogh of Keogh’s has been named Marketer of the Year for 2015. The announcement was made at an industry awards lunch in Dublin yesterday. In takin(...)

Tom Keogh, manager of Keogh’s Farm, with Ross and Derek Keogh to celebrate National Potato Day, which returns for a fourth year today. Photograph: Andres Poveda

There won’t be a spud left unturned today with dozens of events being held around the country to mark National Potato Day. Potato farm walks, harvesti(...)

Tom Keogh: eats plenty of potatoes but not a lot of other fruit and vegetables.
Health Scan: Tom Keogh

Do you think you have a healthy lifestyle?I play for my local football team Ballyboughal CLG. We normally train twice a week with a match at the weeke(...)

Kevin Donnelly from Britvic Ireland, who won the Marketer of the Year title last year.  photograph: aidan oliver photography

And the nominees are . . . This year’s Marketer of the Year shortlist has been announced and the contenders are Emma Walls, the marketing director of (...)

Derek, Ross and Tom Keogh at their farm in Oldtown, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dublin-based crisp maker Keogh’s has secured significant contracts with two large UK retailers. The two-year old brand has been listed in 120 stores b(...)

Once upon a time, crisps came in salt and vinegar or cheese and onion flavours. Supermarket shoppers in Britain can now enjoy a limited edition sha(...)