August 24, 2015  |  Your latest trade news

Sales continue to fall for Irish newspapers

News | Latest ABC figures show the circulation all newspapers in both the daily and Sunday markets have declined

The Newsbrands Irish Journalism Awards 2018 took place at Dublin's Mansion House The latest Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) figures show sales of all Irish newspapers have further declined, with some titles dropping more than 10% in just...

Retail Ireland publishes Budget 2016 recommendations

News | IBEC group urges minister to reduce rates and ease burden on consumers

FSAI advises of fresh mussels recall

News | The FSAI is warning consumers who may have bought the mussels concerned to check with the store where they purchased them and not to eat them if they are implicated in this recall

Shortlist announced for ShelfLife Grocery Management Awards 2015

News | Brent Pope to MC this year's event on 10 September where the cream of the crop in Irish grocery management will be revealed

Asda endures major slump in latest results

News | Asda has been pushed to the back of the "big four" UK retailers amid is worst sales results in decades

15 Lidl facts to toast 15 years in Ireland

News | Three times more baby food sold in Lidl Swords than the country average while South Dublin's romantic nature is revealed!

IFA: Stop cutting milk prices

News | Deputy President Tim O'Leary insists that members can endure no more cuts

Sweet advice from Germany at Food & Hospitality Ireland 2015

News | Showcase event focuses on how the Irish sweets market can benefit from the newest confectionery innovations from Germany

Coman's Wines to host portfolio tasting on Tuesday 6 October, 2015

Off-trade | Coman’s event set to highlight the comprehensive range of wines that are currently part of the group's portfolio

Marketing bites

Rob and Dave Kearney launch NDC ‘Win with Dairy’ campaign - and a round-up of other latest news for FMCG marketers

Valeo Foods invests €500,000 in Kelkin’s new healthy snacking range

The Kelkin Natural Biscuit Company becomes Ireland’s first lower sugar children’s biscuit

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