Cracking Good Eggs for Comber Market!

Award winning Cavanagh Free Range Eggs from Newtownbutler in  the beautiful lakelands of Co Fermanagh are joining Comber Farmers’ Market onThursday 2 July, St Mary’s Parish Church, 9.00am – 1.30pm. The family run business, which was established in March 2012, are dedicated to providing the best possible living environment and food for their free roaming hens.

Alderman Deborah Girvan who helps to run the market on behalf of Comber Regeneration and Community Partnership said, “We look forward to welcoming Cavanagh Free Range Eggs to the market. I met Jackie Philips, a distributor for Cavanagh Eggs at Balmoral Show and having tasted these glorious golden yolked eggs, I thought that they would be a wonderful addition to Comber Market. Along with the programme that we have planned for our first birthday, market goers are bound to have a cracking good time at the market on 2nd July!”

Cavanagh Free Range Eggs were awarded a Gold Star from the Great Taste Awards in 2014 for their high quality, flavour and freshness. Eileen Hall who owns the business along with the her husband John said, “People like to know where their food comes from and we saw an opening in the market for an artisan free range eggs produced by hens which are allowed to roam freely rather than cooped up in cages. We started with 5,100 hens in 2002 and now have 36,000 free range hens on the farm where we live. We are delighted to be joining Comber Market as we have had a number of requests for our eggs from the Comber and Newtownards area. People can now visit the market and buy our eggs directly from us.