November 19, 2020  |  Your latest trade news

Dunnes stops Mr Price selling food in Carlow

News | Dunnes claims sale of food products breaches lease covenant, while Mr Price argues increased footfall is "optimal for all involved in the park”

At a High Court hearing earlier this week, Mr Price agreed to temporarily remove food and drinks from sale at its new Carlow Store in Barrow Valley Retail...

CSNA reveals stark security survey findings in new report

News | 58% of those surveyed are subjected to verbal abuse on a weekly basis

Carbery Group completes €78m expansion 

News | New state-of-the-art facility in West Cork is now operational, with group’s output set to increase from 55,000 tonnes per annum to 64,000

New look for Lidl in Kanturk with €7 million local investment

News | More than 10 new local jobs created for Kanturk area

Grocery sales soar as lockdown sets in and shoppers seek Christmas comforts

News | Shoppers spent €1b on take-home groceries in October, €161.6m more than last year

Almost 60% of workers in retail and hospitality concerned about job security; research

News | Almost 20% of retail and 9% of hospitality workers have not returned due to personal or family health concerns around Covid-19

Applegreen commercial fleet now driving 'carbon neutral'

News | In addition to offsetting all the emissions for customers using Applegreen’s premium grade PowerPlus fuel, Applegreen will also be offsetting the emissions from its entire commercial fleet and deliveries

Facebook data shows widespread public support for small Irish businesses

News | #MadeLocal has been the fastest growing hashtag on Instagram in Ireland this past month

Lidl Ireland opens new Galway City store, creating 24 jobs

News | Shoppers could win their entire Christmas shop for €1 by purchasing a ticket to Lidl’s annual trolley dash in aid of charity partner, Jigsaw

26 leading food and drink businesses receive inaugural Origin Green Gold Membership

News | In recognition of their efforts to excel in sustainable food production, 26 businesses have received inaugural Origin Green Gold Membership

SuperValu to sell 135,000 Irish poinsettias in run-up to Christmas

All poinsettias sold by SuperValu are Bord Bia-approved and display the Bord Bia Quality Mark

Louise Cooney launches Maxol’s Christmas charity campaign for Aware

Over the past eight months, Aware has seen a 60% increase in calls to its support line

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