October 9, 2018  |  Your latest trade news

Budget 2019: NOffLA criticises government for failing to insulate drinks industry

News | Disproportionate excise and VAT rates will cause havoc in the industry once Brexit happens, group says

An "orderly" Brexit is still possible, according to a new report by Retail Ireland The National Off-Licence Association (NOffLA) has criticised the government’s decision not to decrease excise duty on alcohol in Budget 2019, despite...

Blas na hÉireann Awards take place in Co. Kerry

News | Dingle cullinary event is another success - especially for Supreme Champion winner Rooney Fish!

Industry figures respond to Alcohol Bill

News | Patricia Callan, director of the Alcohol Beverage Federation of Ireland, has said that the recently-passed Alcohol Bill will cause undue harm to Ireland's industry with no guarantee that it will have the desired effect.

Aldi is "Ireland's favourite food and grocery retailer"

News | German store beats out other brands to make number one in results of public survey

BWG announces ambitious store expansion for Spar brands

News | 45 new Spar and EuroSpar stores planned for next two years, creating 1,000+ jobs

Kantar Worldpanel "Finding New Shoppers" event

Advisor | Dublin seminar will advise on how best to harness the changing retail landscape

Drinks industry makes final call ahead of Budget 2019

News | Excise reduction in government's chance to provide immediate support to drinks and hospitality businesses before Brexit, DIGI says

Marketing Bites

The week's announcements, new products and more

Chaos at the Krispy Kreme

The new Blanchardstown store ran into controversy this week, just days after it opened!

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