April 13, 2021  |  Your latest trade news

Supermarket sales start to settle after one year in lockdown

News | People spent €59.3 million less than in March 2020 when they were stocking up ahead of the first national lockdown

Irish grocery market growth slowed to 8.4% year-on-year, according to the latest figures from ...

March spending levels rise steeply as consumers adapt: Bank of Ireland

News | Fine dining at home and gardening increasingly popular

Krispy Kreme expands into Tesco and Circle K

News | All doughnuts are made in Krispy Kreme's flagship Blanchardstown store and delivered directly to each store every day

Bord Bia to host major virtual trade fair to support €2.5bn sector

News | Over 500 virtual trade meetings set for €2.5bn Prepared Consumer Foods sector in large scale virtual trade fair as UK market post-Brexit declines reach €28 million 

New Seagull Bakery opens in Waterford city

News | New Seagull Bakery will be the first in the country to serve only filter coffee

New report illustrates profound impact of Covid-19 on Irish brewers

Off-trade | Closure of hospitality sector sees beer sales decline by 17.3% in Ireland, with production down by 13.8%

Musgrave MarketPlace reaches milestone of €1 million in food redistribution through FoodCloud partnership

News | A massive 334 tonnes of food have been redistributed to Irish charities

Sicín Sásta places firm focus on sustainability

Brand Central | Study reveals 74% of consumers feel that meat should be sourced from animals that are cared for

Ornua appoints Anne McFarland and Anne O’Leary as independent non-executive directors

People | Appointment of two independent non-executive directors represents the final step in the implementation of Ornua’s new governance structure

April 2021 edition now available digitally

This month's issue features a comprehensive overview of how leading FMCG companies are improving their sustainability, alongside all the latest news and analysis

Donal Skehan is searching for Ireland’s best banana dessert

Rewards will go to the overall winner and multiple best category winners, including one for junior entrants

Irish owned and grown Clintons Crisps available in three flavours

Hand cooked Guaranteed Irish crisps are vegan, gluten and allergen free

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