June 25, 2019  |  Your latest trade news

Tesco share price falls despite sales growth in Ireland

News | Analysis: how Tesco's share price might fare in the face of Brexit

Fluctuatations in Tesco's share price are in contrast with the sector's growth in Ireland In the 12 weeks to February 24 2019, Tesco’s share price fell by 0.44 percent, closing at 227.50p per share. During this period, Britain’s biggest grocer...

Northern Ireland records highest rise in business insolvencies across UK

News | Business insolvencies in Northern Ireland have jumped by 114.3% on an annual basis

Sustainable shake-up for McDonalds menu

News | McFlurry plastic lids will be removed completely and all single-use plastic packaging across the salad ranges will be replaced with sustainably sourced cardboard

Largest ever hemp crop planted in Ireland

News | Spanning more than 500 acres. Celtic Wind Crops is flying the flag for CBD products, with the UK and Ireland’s largest hemp crop.

Londis retailers go to Hell & Back for Joy for Pieta House

News | Having previously raised €300,000 for Pieta House, Londis retailers continued their support for the charity's vital work by taking on the Hell & Back Challenge as their latest fundraising venture.

DIGI chair calls for excise reduction in light of new Eurostat findings

Off-trade | With Ireland subject to the second highest excise tax rate in Europe, DIGI chair Rosemary Garth has urged government to carefully consider new Eurostat data

WEEE Ireland sets new records for waste electrical and battery recycling

News | WEEE Ireland’s 2018 recycling efforts saved the equivalent of 220,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions, compared with the same items being sent to landfill

Marketing bites

A round-up of the latest news for FMCG marketers for the week 18-25 June 2019

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