Bord Bia's Bloom Festival is back for again this year celebrating its 11th anniversary.
The Dublin event, based in Phoenix Park, is the largest of its kind in Ireland promoting family, food and gardening.
Kieran Rumley, Executive Director of Love Irish Food joined Conall in the studio to talk about the festival.
Bloom is an amazing opportunity for Irish entrepreneurs and food businesses, with 27 featuring this year in the "Food Village".
What does it take to bring a show garden to Bloom? It takes a year to plan, a month to build and a lot of persistence by our designers. Will they get them finished on time? Join us in the Phoenix Park to enjoy the fruits of their labour! https://t.co/Z4VrLAHKvw #Bloom2018 pic.twitter.com/jV2WM72u8O
— Bloom (@bloominthepark) May 25, 2018
Conall was also joined on the show by Barry Broderick, Co Founder of Broderick's Brothers and Paul Walshe, Founder of Walshes Sunshine Juice both of who told listeners all about their delicious and home produces products.
Ramping up for our stand @bloominthepark with our own Paul Walsh as part of the @LoveIrishFood panel on the @SBSTodayFM show tomorrow morning at 10.15am on @todayfm #ireland #smoothie #fruit #TeamSBS pic.twitter.com/Z1mKvc7ZeL
— Walshe's Juice (@WalshesJuice) May 26, 2018
— Broderick`s Brothers (@BernieBroderick) October 28, 2014
The Bloom Festival will be running from May 31st to June 4th and tickets are one sale now.
For more information about the festival and businesses taking part listen back to podcast.
You can listen to the interview in full by pressing the 'play' button in the image above the headline. (or at the bottom of the page)