June 29, 2016  |  Your latest trade news

Retailers breaking law by sharing CCTV footage of alleged shoplifters

News | Data protection curbs are frustrating crime prevention and facilitating shoplifters

The recently published Data Protection Commissioners Report for 2015 confirms it is illegal for retailers to share CCTV footage of alleged shoplifters. In...

Tesco reports 'continued positive momentum'

News | Latest results reveal encouraging news for Tesco

Retail sales growth continues, but Brexit poses real threat; Retail Ireland 

News | Retail sector concerned about the 'effect that recent currency fluctuations may have in the coming months', says Retail Ireland

Lidl to launch 25 new craft beers and ciders

Off-trade | New range to include 16 Irish/Northern Irish craft beers and ciders, as well as Belgian and British beers

Food Academy retail sales set to top €25 million in 2016

News | With 281 Food Academy producers currently selling their products in SuperValu, their sales are expected to exceed €25m this year

World of Coffee 2016 ends on a high note

Uncategorized | Thousands of visitors arrive for education, inspiration and to see World Barista Champion crowned

Maxol announces Aware as new charity partner

News | As well as featuring Aware collection boxes in Maxol’s 230 locations, the partnership will support Aware’s Beat the Blues schools programme and promote Aware and Maxol’s Mood Walks

NFRN welcomes Brexit for UK's independent retailers

News | NFRN chief executive Paul Baxter says EU membership is "bad for business" for UK's independent retailers

Marketing bites

Linwoods puts a spring in the step of Dublin GAA - and other news for FMCG marketers - for the week 22/06/2016 - 29/06/2016

Celebrity tattoo artist inks new design for Kenco’s Coffee Vs Gangs campaign

Kenco hopes stunning new design 'will drive awareness for Coffee Vs Gangs here in Ireland and demonstrate how coffee lovers can make a positive difference with every cup of coffee they drink'

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