September 22, 2017  |  Your latest trade news

Cigarette market takes hit from smuggling

News | Steadily increasing prices do not prevent smoking, but drive consumers towards illegal trade

Counterfeit and illegal cigarettes is an ongoing issue that price hikes will not help
Ireland's cigarette black market contributed to a a decline in PJ Carroll & Company's pre-tax profits, the company has...

"The Ploughing" 2017: Retailers round-up

Brand Central | Anybody who was anybody had a stall at the 2017 Ploughing Championships, here's how the foodies got on...

Guinness launches latest "Made of More" ad promo

Brand Central | 'Compton Cowboys' TV spot champions real people who enrich the world around them

Report: Vast majority of Irish SMEs investing in 2018

News | Vast majority plan to upskill, invest, expand or otherwise, according to financial services firm report

Alcohol ad ban will hurt business, says ABFI

News | Proposed restrictions will make Ireland one of the most restrictive countries in the world for marketing alcohol

Ibec: Edel Creely named new president

News | Group managing director of Trilogy Technologies uses inaugural speech to claim Irish business is "in the dark" over Brexit

Repak announces 2017 Pakman Awards nominations shortlist

News | Lidl, LauraLynn Ireland's Children's Hospice, RTÉ and Tesco Ireland among finalists for the third annual Awards

Food Donation: FSAI provides guide for charities and businesses

News | Reducing waste and helping those in need must go hand in hand with safe consumption, says authority

Bord na Móna launches move to Bioenergy

News | ‘Bord na Móna Bioenergy’ will supply 1.5 million tonnes of biomass to Irish market

Spar East Wall reopens after revamp

News | North Dublin store undergoes major revamp to reflect a locality in a state of change

Organic food sales will reach new heights at £2.2bn this year

News | The Soil Association, the UK's farming charity and organic certification body, held its annual trade briefing in London this week, at which it revealed sales of organic produce are set to top £2.2bn this year - a record high

Marketing Bites

The week's new products, launches and more

Strandhill Food Festival

The brand new event is set to take off in October

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