Harnett’s Oils

A graduate in Rural Environmental and Land Management, Jane Harnett launched her own artisan food business Harnett’s Oils in 2006. Today Jane produces and markets a wide range of cold-pressed Rapeseed and Hemp oils, flavoured oils and dressings for cooking on the Waring Estate in the County Down village of Waringstown.

Jane set up and now chairs the Ulster Food and Drink Producer aka Ulster Artisans which ran a pop-up shop at Belfast International Airport as well as a stand at Belfast’s Christmas Continental Market. Jane has also sold her products for gift and tourism markets at St George’s Market.

Jane’s business is a member of Good Food Ireland, Food NI, Food Heartland and Atlantic Arch-isans. Her products have won many awards from Blas and Great Taste.

Over the years Jane has been highly commended for entrepreneurship/innovation with Women in Business NI. She was also awarded Best Food Producer in NI and shortlisted for Best Food Producer in Ireland with Good Food Ireland and in Made in Ireland Awards.

Jane is one of the founding members of the Lough Neagh Artisans Group.

Email: harnettoils@outlook.com

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