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We are Keogh’s…
a real farming family that goes from ‘crop to chip’.
Grown & cooked with love in Ireland.

Our Story

Our story begins, as many a good Irish story does, with a spot of rain, a glimmer of sunshine and a few acres of the greenest countryside you’ve ever seen.

For hundreds of years the patchwork fields and deep, fertile soil of our family farm have produced the finest potatoes you have ever tasted. And now, generations later, we have found a way to turn them into award winning chips.

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Spud Nav

Spud Nav Instructions

Why not take the journey to trace your bag of chips to the potato field it came from, meet the person who cooked them, and even meet your local flavour makers along the way!

Simply turn your pack over & check out our Spud Nav!

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Where did my chips grow?

Step 1: Select a field below...


Variety Grown: Lady Rosetta

52.394788222162504, -6.4063609785416284


Variety Grown: Lady Rosetta & Kiebitz

53.53511234983744, -6.379673419527477


Malahide also known as Mullach Íde in Irish looks out on the Irish sea, because this field gets the sea air which means we can grow early crops here!. We grow Lady Claire, Lady Rosetta, Taurus, Edony potatoes in this field which are a perfect potato variety for making chips out of!

53.43014260468753, -6.161375741008645


Variety Grown: Kiebitz

53.527188, -6.290635


The Tullyesker field is located in Co. Louth just above Drogheda town. The Breadleas Farm is growing Kiebitz, a perfect variety of potatoes for making the perfect chip!

53.750863, -6.367806


The Broadleas Farm are growing a special variety of potatoes called Lady Claire, which are perfect for making delicious chips! The field Kilcarn is located in Co. Meath, only a short trip from Keogh’s Farm.

53.637181, -6.592630

Abbeyville Field

Abbeyville field is a neighbourhood to our field in Kinsealy and is less than 20km away from where we cook our handcooked crisps. We many varieties of potatoes here – Lady Claire (these potatoes have beautiful red skin and produce delicious potato crisps with extra crunch!) , and Meara.

53°25'42.2 - 6°11'11.1

Roganstown Field

Roganstown field is only a short spin from our family farm, it is perfect for growing our  Meara.

53.496105, -6.273200

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