January 6, 2017  |  Your latest trade news

Ibec: Healthy November suggests shift in Christmas shopping trends

News | New CSO figures highlight shift in pre-Christmas spending patterns

The "cyber week" sales were a big boost for retailers - to a point Retail Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the retail sector, has suggested that CSO retail sales figures for November...

Australia Day Tasting set for 30th Jan

Off-trade | Unique Australian tasting event to put the choice in the hands of Irish wine buyers

Aryzta and Spar Gourmet Launch "BYO" Pizza Concept

News | City Centre outlet first to feature exciting new burger and pizza offering

Tesco tackles "pink tax" controversy with razor reduction

News | Many reports have been made in recent years regarding the "pink tax" - an unfair business practice that sees women pay more for products identical to those also marketed towards men. Think deodorant,

New study casts doubt on sugar-free benefits

News | Sugar-free drinks and artificial sweeteners may be part of the problem, says new study

Tesco hit with €18,000 unfair dismissal payout

News | Employee was fired after removing a toy from the store without paying for it

Highest number of cockroach infestations in Ireland over a decade

News | 2016 dubbed the 'year of the cockroach' with Dublin proving the most cockroach-infested county in Ireland, according to latest stats from Rentokil

Marketing Bites

Some choice cuts from the week's new products and initiatives

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