June 8, 2018  |  Your latest trade news

Tesco is Ireland's favourite supermarket once again

News | Embattled grocery giant regains supermarket share control for the first time since 2015

Tesco is now Ireland's numer one supermarket brand In a development that will further illustrate the turnaround in fortunes of Tesco, three years after its UK arm was embroiled in an accounting scandal, the...

Newstand Castlebar sells winning €500,000 National Lottery ticket

News | Newstand Castlebar sold a €500,000 National Lottery ticket in the Daily Millions Draw on Friday, 1 June

Aldi opens new Leixlip 'Project Fresh' store creating 20 new jobs

News | Aldi opens new Leixlip 'Project Fresh' store.

Fuel your summer the healthy way with Spar Better Choices

News | Soccer Star and Spar ambassador Seamus Coleman launches new Spar Better Choices summer recipes.

Lucky number 13 for The Natural Bakery in Maynooth

News | The Natural Bakery opens its 13th store in Manor Mills Shopping Centre, Maynooth, Co. Kildare.

Some 119,000 attend Bloom 2018

News | Some 119,000 people attended Bord Bia’s Bloom festival at Phoenix Park, Dublin over the June bank holiday weekend.

Mace Ballyboughal to host HB Funday for Down Syndrome Ireland

News | Mace Ballyboughal is inviting customers to support its official HB Funday in conjunction with charity partner Down Syndrome Ireland by buying a slice of delicious HB ice-cream.

M&S launches first gluten free pastries

News | M&S launches first gluten free pastries after over 18 months of arduous recipe development to achieve the perfect wheat-free pastry.

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Youth groups urged to apply to Coca-Cola’s €100k Thank You Fund

€100,000 available in Coca-Cola's Thank You Fund for youth groups with innovative community-project ideas to inspire young people.

Guinness launches latest GAA campaign, ‘Bound Together’

Guinness has launched its new 2018 GAA campaign, ‘Bound Together’, which shines a light on the GAA and aims at uniting communities across Ireland.

Heineken returns as headline sponsor of European Rugby Champions Cup

With Heineken and the European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) partnering up, they hope to expand their fan-base and continue the longstanding relationship between the two groups.

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