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Jinny’s Bakery

Jinny’s Bakery

Jinny’s Bakery was established by Sinead Gillard in late 2003 as a small bread making business in Maguire’s Restaurant, Drumshanbo.


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About Us

Jinny’s have won every award possible for the artisan bakery and have ambitious plans to continue their success into the future. Jinny’s Tearooms opened in 2019, it’s an inspired new food experience offering specialty teas and coffees, with delicious snacks, and light bites with emphasis on wholesome, local ingredients. Jinny’s Bakery product range includes cakes, scones, sourdough wholesome breads which have a strong health emphasis while maintaining superior taste and texture. Innovation is at the heart of their growth and with over 80 customers. The achievements of Pascal Gillard and his wife who together with their hard-working bakery crew have built a business with renowned impressive standards. For every one of their 15 years in business, they have achieved an increase in sales year on year. Their stout bread and carrot cake have been described as ‘vivid in flavour’. They deliver untold pleasure to the eater with their beautifully controlled crust and lovely crumb. One of their most recent achievements is that three of their products – Irish Stout Bread Mix, Grace’s Granola and the Sourdough Croutons – have been included in SuperValu’s Food Academy Programme.

Introducing Jinny’s brand new online shop:


  • Farmers’ Markets
  • Farm Shops
  • Food Festivals
  • Delicatessens
  • Independent Retailers
  • Major Retailers
  • Online Shops
  • From Premises
  • Direct to Restaurants


  • We support local jobs composting and growing our own salad day.
  • We use day old bread to make our croutons and breadcrumbs.
  • We source local ingredients, including milk cream, eggs, chicken, bacon.
  • We grow our own salads which are fertilised with home-made compost, which is made up of veg cuttings, cardboard and egg shells.
  • Our apples and apple juice come directly from a small grower in Armagh.
  • Our takeaway cups are compostable.