June 22, 2022  |  Your latest trade news

Details of 'Latte Levy' announced to retailers

News | The Latte Levy which will be 20 cent per single use cup, is due to be implemented on 1 December 2022

The Convenience Stores and Newsagents Association (CSNA) has revealed details surrounding the 'Latte Levy' which is due to be implemented on 1 December of this...

French investor acquires Rathfarnham retail scheme for over €10 million

News | Site is fully let to Tesco Ireland Limited on a 20-year full repairing and insuring (FRI) lease with an annual passing rent of €477,600 with rent reviews every five years

CSNA calls for changes to personal allowances of goods from other EU countries

News | Data shows 8% of all tobacco consumed in Ireland had emanated from a European member state other than Ireland, representing approximately €162 million in lost revenue to the State and Irish retailers

Ocado secures €671 million in funding for tech rollout

News | Group fitting out a pipeline of more than 50 “customer fulfilment centres” for supermarket clients around the world

Iceland Ireland introduces new over 60s customer discount

News | New discount exclusively for over 60s sees shoppers get 10% off their purchases, with no minimum spend

Around Noon secures £3.5m deal to supply sandwiches to M&S stores across Ireland

News | M&S says working with Around Noon is helping to strengthen its supply chain

Lidl becomes first food retailer to launch new EV and HVO vehicles into ROI logistics fleet

News | Powered by 100% fully traceable renewable solar generated electricity, Lidl’s first electric powered truck will take to the roads in July this year

Aldi to double the number of EV charging points offered at its stores over next 12 months

News | 41 new charging points to be added to retailer's store network

Ireland is fifth most attractive European country to work in as cross-border job searches surge

News | 30% of Irish businesses have fast-tracked Ukrainian refugee job applications

Musgrave invests €25 million in stores as part of net zero journey

All-island retailer sustainability fund will see 12% reduction in carbon over two years

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