Wind Whistle Farm 14 Manor Road   Comber   Newtownards   County Down   Northern Ireland BT23 6AL  
Email: info@windwhistlefarmproduce.com  
Please check out interview with Biffy Booth on Downtown radio  (October 2016)
ACCREDITATIONS
David Dunlop bought his initial smallholding back in 1970 and began selling his vegetables at the Mays Market Farmers’ Market joining other growers selling off their lorries and wrapping vegetables in newspaper, setting up at 4.30am to guarantee a sale.  David struck it lucky when he forged relationships with the first wholesalers, James McVeigh and Perry Donaldson (Perrypack), which gave him a direct route in to shopkeepers. By 1979, veg were no longer being wrapped in newspaper and David and his wife Lyn turned their attention to packing. 
Our Story
Pre-packing was pretty groundbreaking in the late 70’s and so the business found a niche in which to grow. As shoppers began to seek more convenience foods, David looked to innovate further by chopping the soup veg before packing. He began to do this mechanically giving him the capacity to take on bigger business and produce much greater volumes than his competitors, with everything grown, chopped and packed at the premises. The production and packaging processes were streamlined in the early 80’s and the company invested in modern chopping and packing equipment.  The family worked closely with Loughry College to ensure maximum freshness and shelf-life, insisting on packing an un-washed product to protect the integrity of the product.  You can tell from the wonderful aroma the minute you open the bag – it’s so much better.   
WHO DO WE SUPPLY?
Wind Whistle Farm 14 Manor Road   Comber   Newtownards   County Down   Northern Ireland BT23 6AL  
Email: info@windwhistlefarmproduce.com  
Please check out interview with Biffy Booth on Downtown radio  (October 2016)
ACCREDITATIONS
David Dunlop bought his initial smallholding back in 1970 and began selling his vegetables at the Mays Market Farmers’ Market joining other growers selling off their lorries and wrapping vegetables in newspaper, setting up at 4.30am to guarantee a sale.  David struck it lucky when he forged relationships with the first wholesalers, James McVeigh and Perry Donaldson (Perrypack), which gave him a direct route in to shopkeepers. By 1979, veg were no longer being wrapped in newspaper and David and his wife Lyn turned their attention to packing. 
Our Story
Pre-packing was pretty groundbreaking in the late 70’s and so the business found a niche in which to grow. As shoppers began to seek more convenience foods, David looked to innovate further by chopping the soup veg before packing. He began to do this mechanically giving him the capacity to take on bigger business and produce much greater volumes than his competitors, with everything grown, chopped and packed at the premises. The production and packaging processes were streamlined in the early 80’s and the company invested in modern chopping and packing equipment.  The family worked closely with Loughry College to ensure maximum freshness and shelf-life, insisting on packing an un-washed product to protect the integrity of the product.  You can tell from the wonderful aroma the minute you open the bag – it’s so much better.