May 11, 2023  |  Your latest trade news

"No firm commitments" reached by Retail Forum on grocery prices

News | Minister Neale Richmond said he had “received assurances from retailers that, where reductions in input costs filter through to products, consumers will benefit from this”

While yesterday's Retail Forum meeting to discuss grocery prices was described as “open and frank” by Minister of State Neale Richmond, the opposition said...

Retail groups adamant independent grocers are not involved in "price gouging"

News | "Politicians should focus on insurance and energy companies and banks," says RGDATA

Aldi introduces price reductions on bread products

News | "Where input costs improve, for us and our suppliers, we will respond," says Niall O’Connor, group managing director, Aldi Ireland

Largest ever Today’s Women in Grocery lunch raises vital funds for those in need

News | Since it first launched, TWIG has consistently been a key part of the fundraising efforts of the Irish Grocers Benevolent Fund

April sees falls in retail and social spending

News | Overall April spending fell by 7% compared to the previous month, while grocery spending dipped by 8%

CSNA represents members on newspaper recall notes issues with Newspread

News | A number of national titles had not appeared on recall notes during the past number of weeks

Store fined after 14-year-old girl sold cigarettes

News | Judge says “the buck stops with the owners"

Ireland’s employment and retail minister urged to support independent retailers

News | Independent retailers express concerns over the proposed deposit return scheme and the cost of living crisis.

Maxol announces winners of inaugural Homegrown programme

News | While the initial programme sought to reward four indigenous producers, such was the calibre and scale of entries that six winners were chosen from more than 100 hotly contested entries

Amazon Coventry workers make formal bid for trade union recognition

News | GMB Union believes the legal threshold for mandatory recognition – 51% of the workforce – has now been passed

Bord Bia and Skillnet Ireland launch Origin Green Academy

News | Aims to develop sustainability skills and talent for the Irish food and drink industry

FSAI hosts International Heads of Food Agencies Forum

News | 17 regulatory agencies gathered to discuss how best to prepare for food safety crises and manage food safety incidents

Kerrygold celebrates 60 years of turning meals into memories

Campaign launched across Dublin International Airport this week

SuperValu celebrates 10-year milestone of Food Academy

Early-stage Irish food and drink producers have sold €230m of products in-store

CPM launches bespoke methodology to help clients increase sales and ROI

CPM predicts, adapts and responds to sales opportunities using skill, technology and data insights

Getaway with Gala Retail this Summer

€40,000 of staycation gift cards up for grabs from Gala Retail

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