October 27, 2020  |  Your latest trade news

Tánaiste confirms supermarkets barred from selling toys and clothes in Level 5 lockdown

News | Tánaiste expresses confidence that under the current laws, gardai will have the powers to deal with any retailers selling non-essential items

During the past week, Isme, which represents smaller traders, spoke out on the unfairness of some supermarkets continuing to sell goods such as toys, clothes...

Tesco takes to the skies with Ireland’s first drone grocery deliveries

News | Customers in Oranmore, Co. Galway will be able to track their orders in real-time and have their purchases within 30 minutes to one hour of ordering

Over 50% rise in families seeking food support from Barnardos

News | Surge in demand for child food supports expected to double as Barnardos launches a new partnership with Aldi Ireland to raise €1 million

Winners of National Organic Awards revealed

News | A quarter of consumers have purchased more organic produce since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic

Clonakilty celebrates two years as Ireland’s first Autism Friendly town with Wall Street Journal best-selling author

People | AsIAm and SuperValu host online webinar with Wall Street Journal best seller, author Jennifer Cook

Jobs boost for Dublin as Lidl Ireland opens two new Dublin stores

News | More than 600 jobs will be supported through the development of new stores in Ballymun and Shackleton, with €21 million invested in the capital

Aldi unveils revamped Glanmire 'Project Fresh' store

News | New Glanmire store will be powered by 100% green electricity

Third of businesses plan to downsize and move to a ‘hub and spoke’ office model

News | Professionals moving out of city centre increases by 130%, while 85% of employees expect flexible working to continue

Mace and Johnny Sexton launch new digital and social media campaign

Brand Central | Mace’s award-winning partnership with Johnny Sexton continues with a series of conversations with Johnny about topics including how he coped with life during the first lockdown

October edition of ShelfLife now available digitally

All the news and analysis from the latest issue now available online

Lily O’Brien’s updates design and unveils new flavour

Lemon Posset joins five other mouth-watering chocolates inspired by the world's best loved desserts

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