Prokulture Kombucha - Kildare Good News - Covid 19

Kildare Good News

The Covid-19 virus has certainly presented many of our Business clients and communities with serious challenges.

However, sometimes with challenge comes opportunity, and as said by Winston Churchill, we must never waste a good crisis!

Over recent weeks, we are seeing how businesses and communities have innovated and adapted despite the restrictions.

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Our next good news story is from Barry Flanagan and Rob Rainsford from Prokulture Kombucha.


Jacqui Mc Nabb Head of Enterprise Kildare County Council


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Based in Sallins, County Kildare, Barry Flanagan and Rob Rainsford of Prokulture Kombucha hand craft small batch Organic Kombuchas and have recently been accepted to the Aldi Grow Programme 2020.


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“We have been recently included into the Aldi Grow Programme 2020, with two products from ProKulture Organic Kombucha. Our products will now be on  sale nationwide in all Aldi Stores from May 31st along with 40 other small but mighty Irish producers.

Our Organic Kombucha is gluten free, dairy free, vegan friendly , low in sugar and calories. Perfect as a simple healthy tonic and pick me up, substitute for your mixer with your premium spirit of choice or added to finish your desired Kocktail!!!

The products will be on sale in Aldi Stores from May 31st.