Author Archives: dublinfood

Want to join the DFC Book Club?

Patrick Doyle has been a member of our Co-op for a number of years, and volunteers regularly at the Co-op. Following a series of recent events and meetings organised by the Dublin Food Co-operative (I’m thinking in particular about the film screening held at Inchicore Sports and Social Club) I thought was worth trying to build […]

Election to Co-ordinating Body (Board) of the Dublin Food Co-op

We in the Dublin Food Co-op believe that every co-operative is only as good as its volunteer members. If you are interested in a leadership role that will have an impact across our whole community while serving the needs of our members, then getting nominated to serve on the Co-ordinating Body (the Board of Directors) […]

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New Appointments at the Co-op

Aoife Hammond (General Manager) and Sam Toland (Co-op Secretary) outside the Co-op.

Patrick Flynn is the current Chair of the Co-ordinating Body, the voluntary board of the Dublin Food Co-op elected by our members. As members know, the Dublin Food Co-op advertised the positions of General Manager and Co-operative Secretary with the intention of placing them on a more permanent footing after the move to Kilmainham. The […]

Are Dublin Food Co-op members Sick of Plastic?!

The Sick of Plastic campaign is an initiative put together by Friends of the Earth and VOICE Ireland with the hope of us all working together to empower communities to take action on single use plastics. Since the campaign launched in early 2018, the focus areas have included supporting zero waste activists and organising a nationwide […]

Notes from March 4th Talkin’ Co-op

Thirty members braved the freezing weather to attend the first Talkin’ Co-op held since our move to Kilmainham. The event started with a warm welcome from facilitator Dave Dunn, who encouraged those in attendance to introduce themselves to someone they didn’t know. Dave asked who was a new member, with 14 hands raised, with another […]

Press Release Friday, 21 September 2018

IRELAND’S OLDEST FOOD COOPERATIVE FINDS A PERMANENT HOME After years of searching Dublin’s increasingly competitive property market, the Dublin Food Cooperative (DFC) has finally found a permanent home in Kilmainham.   The Newmarket Dublin 8 area has changed considerably over the last decade. The abandoned construction sites that once mocked the demise of the Celtic […]