better in
every respect

If you’re going to treat yourself, Treat Yourself Better.

What makes it a treat?

Glenisk’s Organic Greek Style Yogurt is simply delicious, made from the finest organic milk and fresh cream. This thick, creamy yogurt is cultivated over time to ensure an irresistible taste and texture that elevates your yogurt experience. Our expert blending techniques incorporate luscious organic flavours – Natural, Vanilla, Coconut and Vanilla, Salted Caramel and Blueberry – for a sensational taste.

What makes it better?

Premium Quality: Only the best organic milk and cream go into our yogurt, ensuring a product that stands out in taste with a rich, silky texture.
Organic Indulgence: Pure and simple, free from anything artificial, our ingredients are responsibly sourced and certified organic which means better for you, better for our planet and better for biodiversity.

Discover our Organic Greek Style Yogurt recipes here. Glenisk’s Organic Greek Style Yogurt is more than a treat; it’s an experience. Try it today and let yourself be swept away by its superior taste and quality.

business of
the year

Guaranteed Irish, celebrating 50 years since its inception, hosted its annual Business Awards on 31 March at the RDS. Glenisk was shortlisted in two categories – Food Producer of the Year and Family Business of the Year. The team was delighted to not only win both of its respective categories but also to pick up the overall award for Business of the Year. The event, sponsored by PTSB, saw more than 400 people gathered at the Concert Hall in Dublin’s RDS to celebrate Irish businesses and this important anniversary for Guaranteed Irish.

determination, passion, and unity

Offaly GAA unveils the updated jersey for the 2024 season. This updated jersey is a continuation of the iconic design introduced in 2022, marking the beginning of Glenisk’s successful partnership with Offaly GAA.

The jersey serves as a symbol of pride for players and fans alike. It embodies the determination, passion, and unity that define Glenisk’s commitment in supporting Offaly GAA across all codes.

The new jersey is available for purchase, giving fans the opportunity to proudly display their support for Offaly GAA. Together, we are dedicated to achieving new heights of success on and off the field. Looking forward to the year ahead.

Uíbh Fháilí Abú!

gold for

Glenisk is now a Gold Tier Member of Origin Green, Bord Bia’s International Sustainability Programme!  

Established in 1987, Glenisk is a brand associated with innovation – first to market with organic, goats’ dairy, high-protein, no-added sugar and carbon-neutral packaging, as well as natural ingredients. 

Sustainability has long been at the heart of Glenisk and everything we value from way back before it became a buzz word. Organic since the mid 1990s, we believe in producing premium quality food using organic and locally sourced ingredients, while protecting the environment for generations to come.

Find out more about our commitment and long history with sustainability in our Climate Commitment.


Introducing our new range of Granola topped Organic Greek Style Yogurts. Ideal for indulgence on-the-go, our superior yogurt comes ready to blend with a luxurious granola in three mouth-watering flavours. This convenient 170g format comes with a spoon included. 

20g Protein

Introducing our new range of Granola-topped Yogurts to our award-winning Protein range. A nutritious and satisfying on-the-go snack delivering the optimum 20g protein per pack, we blend high protein yogurt with crunchy granola. Bonus points for a purchase that avoids plastic packaging!

The range comes in two delicious flavours in a convenient 180g pack with the spoon included:

glenisk teams up with m&s

glenisk is now available at marks & spencer stores across ireland!

Glenisk is now available at Marks & Spencer stores across Ireland! Pick up some classic Glenisk favourites including our Bio organic low fat natural yogurt 500g, Organic greek style natural yogurt 500g, Organic whole milk 1 litre, Organic low fat milk 1 litre & our delicious Organic fresh cream 500ml.

join the movement!
plant trees and help to combat
climate change.

a lonely donkey
befriended a goat

The story of how a lonely donkey, an accidental animal sanctuary and an astute and progressive supermarket buyer transformed one Irish family business.

In the summer of 1995 – one of the hottest on record – Glenisk MD Vincent Cleary made regular trips from his home outside Tullamore to Dublin. His father, Glenisk founder, Jack Cleary, had suffered a heart attack and was being treated in the Mater Hospital. On one of the many journeys, he noticed a donkey tethered to the side of the road and as the days passed, he became increasingly concerned for the animal’s welfare. The patch of grass within the donkey’s reach was becoming sparser and sparser and water was running out. No-one appeared to be taking care of the animal and its distress was becoming evident.

Unable to identify its owners and having contacted animal charities and the Gardaí, Vincent decided to take matters into his own hands. He hitched a trailer to his car, collected the donkey and brought it home. In the following weeks, the donkey’s health improved. Vincent and his wife, Kestin, named her Juliet. She was healthy but a little restless. Reading up on donkeys, Vincent discovered that they are a particularly sociable animal. He called the local SPCA and asked if they had company for Juliet. The charity had a couple of goats looking for a new home. The goats duly joined Juliet and the animals got along very well.

The two goats got along particularly well and very soon, kids arrived. Then more kids arrived. In time, it became necessary to milk the goats to keep them comfortable and this was a daily task shared by Vincent and Kestin.

Many months later, during a somewhat protracted meeting with a retailer in Dublin, the less-than-impressed buyer noticed that Vincent kept sneaking glances at his watch.

“Am I keeping you?” he pointedly asked. Implausibly, Vincent explained that he needed to get home to milk his goats. This piqued the buyer’s interest who recalled a customer looking for goats’ milk and some research he’d uncovered on the benefits of goats’ milk for those with sensitivities to dairy.

“Can you get me goats’ milk?” he asked.  

“Give me a year.” said Vincent. “I’ll give you six months”, was the reply.

Six months later, Glenisk introduced its first Goats’ Milk product to the market. 25 years later, Goats’ dairy accounts for 20% of Glenisk’s sales and the brand’s goats’ yogurt is exported as far afield as Singapore and Hong Kong.

Smoothies of frozen blueberries and banana with yogurt. Blueberries and strawberries in a white cups and a banana in the background on a wooden table.

a mild flavour
and surprising

sensitive to cows’ milk?

Some of us are sensitive to the protein in cows’ milk. Not everyone experiences it in the same way. For example, you may find that a glass of cows’ milk doesn’t agree with you but a cows’ milk yogurt or cheese is fine. Sometimes very young children will have a sensitivity that they grow out of as they move into the toddler years. .

Because the protein structure differs to that of cows’ milk, many people with sensitivities find that they tolerate goats’ milk very well. At Glenisk, we regularly hear from customers who believe that adding goats’ milk to their diet helps to alleviate the symptoms of some common problems including digestive complaints, asthma or eczema.

If you are suffering with any of these conditions, it is always advisable to seek advice from your GP, specialist or dietitian. If you decide that you’d like to give goats’ milk or goats’ yogurt a try, get in touch with us at [email protected] and we’ll be glad to organise a complimentary voucher so your first one is on us.

A common misconception is that goats’ milk or goats’ yogurt will have a very strong ‘goaty’ flavour, more akin to that of goats’ cheese. In fact, our milk and yogurt have a mild, creamy flavour and many of our customers choose it simply for its delicious taste.

While we don’t make dairy free milks at Glenisk, we do produce goats’ milk! It’s a mild and delicious alternative to cows’ milk, often suitable for those who are sensitive to cows’ milk. In contrast with milk alternatives, goats’ milk contains a single ingredient – milk and only milk!

get the scoop

sign up to learn more about what’s new!