August 24, 2022  |  Your latest trade news

Grocery inflation in Ireland hits highest level in 14 years

News | Average annual shop could rise by a staggering €662 if consumers buy the same products as they did last year, Kantar finds

Irish consumers’ spending on take-home groceries fell slightly by 0.7% over the 12 weeks to 7 August 2022, according to the latest figures from ...

Business group leader warns of 'possible distortions' in figures used to calculate living wage

News | Report authors at Maynooth University did "not address the effect that the presence of 230,000 employees of multinational corporations has on the national median earnings,” says CSNA's Vincent Jennings

Pret A Manger arrives in Dublin with first shop in the Republic of Ireland

News | Dawson Street is first of 20 new shops set to open across the island of Ireland over the next 10 years

Leading NI trade groups unite to outline action plan on cost of doing business crisis

News | Leaders of 15 business organisations have issued a joint statement outlining need to "alleviate crippling pressures"

CSNA welcomes 'auto activation' of Lottery scratch cards

News | Association says change will eliminate almost 95% of previous reasons for breaches of PLI rules

Spar ambassador Seamus Coleman launches Better Choices Campaign

News | Spar supporting parents in making healthier and better lunch box choices as children return to school

Brendan Gleeson urges nation to host coffee mornings for 'life affirming' Hospice

News | Bewley’s Big Coffee Morning Social for Hospice will be held on Thursday, 22 September

Wine sales declined by 13% in 2021 as hospitality venues reopened – new report

Off-trade | Chilean wine remains most popular in Ireland, but French wine gains market share in 2021

Aldi to provide over 760 customer bike parking spaces nationally by end of year

News | Independent cycling advocacy group Dublin Cycling Campaign ranks Aldi's bike parking facilities number one across all supermarkets in the capital

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Donegal Catch encourages families to eat more fish this school term

Donegal Catch brings consumers responsibly caught Irish fish, which is fully traceable back to the boat

Daybreak and the Irish Heart Foundation team up to ‘Get a Move On!’ towards tackling heart disease!

For the month of September, the 'Get a Move On!' campaign challenges Daybreak retailers and staff to walk 10,000 steps daily

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