Samuel Dennigan: “People find self-expression not only through fashion or music, but also through food. That’s what our typical consumer wants.”

Samuel Dennigan is the founder of Strong Roots, a new food business intent on bringing chutzpah to the frozen veg aisle. “Our focus is developing heal(...)

Tesco says it is passing on the manufacturer’s price increase. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Reuters

Maeve was shopping in a Tesco outlet in Galway recently and was “astonished” when she saw a 220g jar of Options hot chocolate selling for €6.39, a pr(...)

Lidl saw double-digit growth for the fourth consecutive 12-weekly period with sales up 11.7 per cent

Supervalu has retained its position as the top supermarket in Ireland with sales growth of 4.4 per cent last year, according to new figures from Kanta(...)

There is talk doing the rounds that Dunnes was among the potential buyers who were interested in the Avoca Handweavers chain that was eventually bought by Aramark for more than €60 million

Dunnes Stores appears to be starting 2016 the same way it finished 2015: limbering up for legal battles with its landlords. Michael Cotter’s Killiney(...)

Last year was undeniably one of transition for the Tesco group in Ireland. Photograph: Will Oliver/EPA

Not quite time yet for new-year champagne at Tesco’s Irish arm, perhaps, but a drop of own-brand prosecco might be deserved in the wake of this week’s(...)

In December, Dunnes   merged at least 16   parts of its corporate structure into one entity, Dunnes Stores Ireland Company (DSIC), which has long been an important cog in the group but never before owned all 115 stores in the State.

Dunnes Stores has executed a streamlining of its Byzantine corporate structure by centralising the previously disparate ownership of many of its Iris(...)

The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel in Ireland show SuperValu growing its share of the market by 2.5 per cent over the 12 week period to November 8th.

Supervalu has leapfrogged Tesco in the never-ending race to be number one in the Irish supermarket sweeps while Dunnes Stores is now close to knocking(...)

 Grafton Street. Photograph: David Sleator

Some 54 per cent of the buildings on both of Dublin’s prime retail streets are owned by property funds which equates to 64 per cent of the retail spac(...)

CeX has opened its 25th Irish store at Blackpool Shopping Centre

In a further sign that recovery in the retail sector in spreading outside of Dublin, three retailers have just joined the tenant line-up at Cork city’(...)

Bridgewater shopping cente: opened for business in 2007

International retailer Boots are to open a new outlet in the former Hickeys Chemist store at Bridgewater Shopping Centre in Arklow, Co Wicklow.The new(...)