May 26, 2017  |  Your latest trade news

Irish brands still leading the pack, new FMCG report shows

News | Irish brands still a hit, but own brands increasingly making their mark, with overall branded sales decreasing by 0.2% in comparison to private label growth

Avonmore is the number one brand bought by the most consumers the most often, according to Kantar Worldpanel's latest Brand Footprint for Ireland The top four most chosen brands in the country are home-grown favourites, with Avonmore, Brennans, Denny and Jacob’s leading the way. This is according to...

Growing Connections at Today's Women in Grocery event

News | Summer networking lunch attended by hundreds of retailers, executives and more

Musgrave Marketplace announces new partnership with dietician Gillian McConnell

News | Wholesaler adds more than 200 "free-from" products to its existing range

Germany explores business opportunities in fruit and veg

News | Ministry of Food & Agriculture visits Ireland to learn about seeds, breeding, processing and exporting

Walkers Crisps stung by social media "fail"

News | Light-hearted Twitter PR stunt descends into farce within minutes

Lindt's Excellence range adds two new flavours

Brand Central | "Truly exceptional" dark chocolate is master chocolatiers' mission

Yoplait announces product reformulations

Brand Central | In a move to meet the increasing consumer demand for healthier products, Yoplait has developed new recipes and introduced innovative low sugar products

Nestlé staff aim to raise €70k for Down Syndrome Ireland

News | Funds raised will go towards a new multi-sensory and family room in charity's national support office in Ballymount, Dublin, alongside other services

New Tesco Swords store opens creating 85 new jobs

News | Tesco Ireland CEO, Andrew Yaxley says Tesco Swords has been designed "to provide an enhanced more engaging shopping experience"

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