September 21, 2022  |  Your latest trade news

Energy crisis is a nightmare on every street: RGDATA

News | Up to 400% increases in electricity prices confirmed by RGDATA member survey 

AT A GLANCE: Key RGDATA Energy Survey findings
  • All reported increases in energy costs with most reporting a doubling in...

Travellers claim to WRC they were discriminated against when asked to leave Iceland supermarket

News | Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) heard that security guard sought the assistant manager “within seconds” of group walking through the door

Back to school budgets hit by 11.9% increase in price of lunchbox staples: Kantar

News | Kantar reports price of back-to-school essentials (bread, ham, cheese, yoghurt, cereal and milk) rose by 19.5%, making a basket of these staples €2 more expensive

Mixed reaction to NI supermarket's decision to remain open during Queen Elizabeth's funeral

News | Former DUP MLA Jim Wells said Dungiven store’s decision to stay open on Monday was “highly regrettable.”

Inflation and the cost of living top worries in Bank of Ireland Savings & Investment survey

News | Savings & Investment Index drops to lowest level since survey began

Binge drinking on the rise, but...Ireland’s drinking culture changing for the better: Drinkaware

News | Drinkaware Barometer shows 50% of respondents agree ‘drinking to excess is just part of Irish culture’ - a dramatic drop from 75% reported in 2019

Musgrave announces partnership with eCommerce platform in Singapore

News | The new agreement between Musgrave and RedMart Singapore was facilitated by Bord Bia and Enterprise Ireland

Aldi becomes UK's fourth largest supermarket 

News | Kantar's market share data shows the UK's traditional 'big four' is no more

Consumer appetite for sustainable packaging grows despite turbulent year

News | Greenwashing remains a concern; validation of claims is critical

Ornua launches 2023 Graduate Programme

News | Owner of Kerrygold brand seeks qualified candidates to join industry-leading programme

Introducing Ireland’s newest vegan food brand, ‘What The Faux’ (WTF)

New range is handmade at a 100% meat-free facility in North Dublin

New Gain Elite Cat food range tailored for all life stages

Enriched with premium, the range is made from natural ingredients that targets health and nutritional needs

Bananas still top choice for babies and toddlers

‘Freddy Fyffes’ were once again the chosen winner in the ‘Feeding and Weaning’ section at the National Parenting Product Awards competition

Minor Figures expands its oat drink range beyond the specialty coffee category

Naturally sweet and easy to foam, Minor Figures Barista Oat will have you turning out the latte art like a pro in no time

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