AN enterprising Killarney woman has put a successful career in digital marketing and event management to one side to concentrate on a new start-up in the food industry – and she is milking it for all it’s worth.
Noretta Brosnan now produces organic hand-pressed nut milks which she delivers door-to-door as well as supplying local health food stores.
Exploring the whole industry of food, she spent two years in Melbourne learning the trade and worked with top performing cafes promoting fresh organic produce, nourishing meals, happy environments and positive vibes.
Returning home to Killarney to start her own business, All Full Up, Noretta wanted her milk products to be completely plant based as she saw the wonderful healing impact it can have.
The homemade organic nut milks – including almond milk which is rejuvenating and nourishing, goldie milk which has anti-inflammatory properties and luna milk which is hailed as a sleep tonic, are 100 per cent natural with no additives, stabilisers or chemicals. They are also gluten free and vegan friendly and are sold in reusable, recyclable glass bottles.
Noretta will reach out to a whole new audience when the takes part in this year’s Design POP – Ireland’s first food and design festival – which gets underway this Friday in Cork.
For orders or enquiries contact 087-1405550.
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