January 4, 2022  |  Your latest trade news

Losses at Dunnes Stores' Northern Irish business balloon to £8.1 million

News | Northern Irish arm decided not to pay any dividend to other group undertakings in 2020

Dunnes remains Ireland's no.1 supermarket, according to Kantar Worldpanel's latest report Losses increased considerably at the Northern Irish arm of Dunnes Stores last year, with the business recording a £8.1 million (€9.6 million) pre-tax loss...

Tributes as coffee business legend Patrick Bewley dies aged 77

News | Alongside his immense contribution to the success of Bewley's over the past 35 years, former MD did tireless work for the Hospice Foundation and the Mendicity Institution amongst other charities

CMO calls for “robust” application of Covid protection measures in shops

News | CMO Tony Holohan says it is critical that the full range of protective measures are robustly applied

Alcohol MUP in force from today

Off-trade | The minimum cost of a standard drink is now €1 

Freshly Chopped expands to six new countries

News | Brian Lee, founder and CEO of Freshly Chopped partners with Fresh Food Fast Company to open 120 new stores in Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Denmark and Sweden

Retailers feel impact of record year for large-scale tobacco smuggling

News | Increase in large seizures of illicit tobacco and cigarettes points to lucrative black market for organised crime gangs

Irish Whiskey Association reports significant global achievements in 2021

News | Substantial achievements secured in 2021 on international trade, protection, and regulatory matters

O'Brien's launches new 'Power of Choice' menu in collaboration with Natalya Coyle

News | New menu items include Poached Eggs on Avocado Sourdough Toast, Spiced Chicken and Chickpea Soup, and the Rainbow Chicken Bowl

Subway introduces new plant-based menu item for Veganuary

News | New T.L.C. Tikka (Tastes. Like. Chicken.) launched in stores from 29 December

GAA star Philly McMahon teams up with Tesco to provide families with free food packages

Programme will provide over 120,000 meals to families most in need through Irish not-for-profit, the Good Grub Initiative

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