April 14, 2023  |  Your latest trade news

Tesco profits fall faced with “unprecedented levels of inflation”

News | Irish sales rose 3.3% across the supermarket’s financial year to £2.6bn (€3bn) on a like-for-like basis.

Tesco reports that profits fell in the year to 25 February, faced with “unprecedented levels of inflation” in the prices it paid to suppliers across the...

Consumer prices rose by 7.7% over the 12 months to March 2023

News | Latest annual CPI increase of 7.7% is down from 8.5% in the 12 months to February 2023, according to the Central Statistics Office (CSO)

Will other retailers follow Tesco in asking suppliers to chip in to their e-commerce fulfilment costs?

News | Home delivery expert ParcelHero fears Tesco’s ‘request’ that its suppliers contribute towards e-commerce costs will be the thin end of the wedge

IGBF to host this year’s Fun Run at the Leopardstown Racecourse

News | "This is an excellent opportunity to pit your best against other corporate teams."

Mace extends winning partnership with Johnny Sexton

News | Newly appointed sales director, Keith Crawford announced that the partnership has been extended to 2025

Irish Grocers’ Benevolent Fund presents Summer Fundraiser at Leopardstown

News | Day full of racing, music, and food will be held to benefit members of the grocery trade

Work Life Balance Bill signed into law

News | New workers’ rights, including domestic violence leave, have been signed into law by President Higgins

FoodCloud strengthens leadership team to accelerate international growth 

News | New strategic plan will focus on the expansion of FoodCloud's technology platform across Europe and beyond

'Big 4’ UK supermarkets score worse than competitors in new customer service study

News | When it comes to efficient customer service, Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Tesco fall behind the competition

M&S Ireland launches ‘Brands At M&S’ welcoming 14 global brand partners

News | Third-party brand partners have been will welcome more than 750 new products to M&S.ie

Coeliac Society of Ireland urges families to get tested for coeliac disease

News | 9.3% of relatives of a coeliac sufferer tested were diagnosed with the condition

50th Irish food business achieves globally recognised standard

News | FSSC 22000 is an ISO based certification scheme for food safety management systems that is recognised internationally and benchmarked by the Global Food Safety Initiative

Walfrid Private to host ‘The Wealth Summit’ on 11 May at Dublin’s Westin Hotel

Speakers at Walfrid Private's next event will include Ivan Yates, Niall Quinn, Susanne Jackson and Jim Power

Rudd’s celebrates 50 years in business

Rudd’s is traditionally known for its dry cured bacon, sausages, and best-selling black and white puddings

Dr. Oetker introduces Nutri-Score labelling

Within the Nutri-Score system, A is green to represent the best nutritional quality while E is dark orange to show it’s the lowest

World Class Cocktail Festival coming to Ireland for the first time next month

Event will feature some of the biggest international and Irish names in the food and drink arena

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