We have grown and evolved with Ireland for over 60 years, making us Ireland’s trusted ally for good food.
At Green Isle, we believe you should never have to compromise on getting goodness onto your family’s plates. That’s why we use only the finest fresh ingredients that are carefully selected before freezing to lock in vitamins, mineral and flavour. The Green Isle range has been created to help you get to the goodness. Goodness that can still be quick, simple and delicious.
Family staples like Mix Vegetables are packed full of the goodness of baby carrots, cauliflower and broccoli. Perfect for your families plates, especially after serving as a glorified taxi for the kids. Plus, with new favourite like our Vegetable Rice range, you can whip up some tasty, healthy recipes that’ll silence any mealtime critics.
Green Isle Trademarked
On the 29th of May in 1959, the Green Isle name and logo was first trademarked.
Woman's Way Advert
A Women’s Way advert for Green Isle potatoes. ‘Have fresh new potatoes with your Christmas meals and the turkey will taste even better!’
In 1974, the Green Isle trademark was updated.
Bannow Road, Cabra, Co. Dublin
In 1977, Green Isle shared offices in Bannow Road, Cabra, Co. Dublin. The product range was Green Isle vegetables in 2lb packs, 2 and 4 pack burgers and 10 pack cod fish fingers.
Frozen Chips and Potato range launched
Green Isle launch new frozen chip and potato range
In 1981, Green Isle's logo changes.
Green Isle 'Jim Says' advertisement
A 1981, Green Isle advertisement on a Dublin bus as part of the 'Jim Says' campaign, claiming frozen Green Isle products are the "Next best thing to growing your own".
The Goodness Frozen In
Green Isle launches a new TV advert, The Goodness Frozen In, in 1999
Green Isle gives packaging a new, fresh look
Green Isle launch cauliflower rice, a low carb alternative to white rice
Frozen is Good News Campaign
An out of home campaign to promote Green Isle's frozen vegetables and fruit. The food information label is usually where you read the bad news, with frozen vegetables and fruit there's only good news.
Takeaway Troll Campaign
Green Isle fight the “sure we’ll just get a takeaway” urges.
Showing Irish people that takeaways are not the only quick option when you get home tired and hungry on a weeknight.
Green Isle moves office
Green Isle move from Monread Rd, Naas to Beech House Naas
Food Waste Campaign Launched
Food Waste campaign launched, helping people reduce household food waste using more frozen food as well as following Green Isle's simple steps to reduce food waste
Getting to the goodness hasn’t changed, but our look has