August 4, 2017  |  Your latest trade news

Former Tesco execs plead ‘not guilty’ in 2014 accounting scandal

News | Trial due to start next month after three men enter not guilty pleas at Southwark Crown Court

The three former Tesco executives charged with fraud in the retail giant’s 2014 accounting scandal have entered formal not guilty pleas in...

Lidl boss says ‘realistically’ could take five years plus to expand ROI portfolio to 200

News | "We're not going to going to stop until we have a Lidl store in close proximity to everyone in the country," says Lidl Ireland MD John Paul Scally

Tobacco products worth over €210,000 seized in Dublin 7 and 9

News | Retailers speak out about impact of illicit tobacco trade on their businesses, following major haul by Revenue and Garda officers

Cereal boxes at dawn! Lidl Twitter-tackles Dunnes

News | Lidl uses "opportune moment" to highlight value of its everyday essentials

Irish brands triumph at 2017 Great Taste Awards

News | Irish brands and retailers scoop dozens of awards, cementing reputation of Irish brands overseas

Eurospar pledges to install defibrillator at every supermarket

News | Life-saving initiative backed by RTE presented Michael Lyster

O’Briens Wines officially opens at Ardkeen, Waterford

News | Family-owned chain's latest store located in Ardkeen Shopping Centre

Kantar Worldpanel: SuperValu remains Ireland's number one supermarket

News | SuperValu remains in first place ahead of Tesco and Dunnes Stores as grocery market growth continues

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