April 20, 2021  |  Your latest trade news

Tesco Ireland sees sales jump by 13%

News | Retailer increased its capacity for online sales by more than 60% in the Republic of Ireland

Tesco has urged the Mandate trade union to call off proposed strikes in two stores in the coming weeks Sales at Tesco’s Irish business reached €2.67 billion for the 52 weeks ending 27 February, an increase of 13% versus the prior year. Covid lockdowns...

Mr Price granted leave to challenge planning decision for Athy store

News | An Bord Pleanála had decided that the premises only has planning approval to operate under its previous use as a car sales showroom

Winners of NOffLA Off-Licence of the Year Awards 2021 announced

Off-trade | Molloys Liquor Store awarded National Off-Licence of the Year at 25th edition of industry awards

Lidl Ireland first major retailer across world to offer free period products in stores nationwide

News | A Labour bill currently working its way through the Oireachtas could see period products free in schools here, similar to an approach being taken in Scotland.

Back to basics as food staples take centre stage at 2021 IFWG Food Awards

News | Beef, butter and potatoes among winners of Irish Food Writers’ Guild Food Awards

Home cooking soars nationwide with 67% cooking from scratch more at home

News | Half the population are spending up to two hours in the kitchen every day

Agnese Filippi appointed country manager of Coca-Cola Ireland

People | Former country manager Petre Sandru has been appointed vice-president of operations for Coca-Cola’s business in China

Bank of Ireland announces new hybrid working model

News | Bank states its network of remote working hubs "will provide a real alternative to time and energy sapping commutes"

New appointment at SHS Group

People | Alan Neill appointed commercial director of SHS Sales & Marketing Ireland

Retail Ireland: Early May reopening of retail vital to avoid cross border shopping

News | A divergence of approaches North and South could incentivise cross-border shopping, group has warned

Updated scientific recommendations published for older adults' dietary guidelines

News | Over 65s are the fastest growing age group in Ireland

SealedAir develops recyclable shrink packaging solution

Features can help reduce packaging material usage and carbon footprint by up to 60%

Convenience that’s always Nearby

In line with its brand promise to offer ‘A Whole Lot More’ for customers, S&W Wholesale is making good on that pledge with the launch of an exciting new symbol brand, Nearby

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