Dominick Chilcott, British ambassador to Ireland, said Irish dimension to the Brexit debate was not being overlooked. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Ireland could gain an additional €15 billion a year in foreign direct investment (FDI) if Britain opted to leave the EU, a conference heard yesterday.(...)

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney launching Irish beef in New York: “It is a good start today.”

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney expects other Irish meat producers to follow Larry Goodman’s ABP quickly into the US after the lifting of a 17(...)

Founder Larry Goodman has been ABP’s executive chairman since 2008.

Larry Goodman’s ABP Foods has become the first European company to sign a major deal to supply beef in the US since the lifting of the embargo. The Lo(...)

The reopening of the US market to Irish beef, announced earlier this week, effectively ends a 16-year long embargo on European beef imports in the US

ABP Foods, the group founded and chaired by beef baron Larry Goodman, looks set to be the first European company to take advantage of the lifting of (...)

APB Food chief executive Paul Finnerty: “There was a suggestion that we were guilty until proven innocent.  Photograph: Eric Luke

It’s fair to say that ABP Food Group does not court publicity. Before the horse meat scandal, the average man on the street would have been hardpresse(...)

ABP food group has acquired a second production facility in Poland, continuing its expansion in the country. Photo: Bloomberg

ABP food group has acquired a second production facility in Poland, continuing its expansion in the country.The facility, which is understood to have (...)

ABP Food Group said today it has settled an action against a UK-based meat firm and begun High Court proceedings against a Polish firm. Photograph: PA

ABP Food Group has settled an action against a UK-based meat firm and begun High Court proceedings against a Polish firm, both relating to the horse m(...)

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney said one prosecution was being pursued in connection with the deliberate mislabelling of meat product

Farmers remain sceptical that any meat industry figures will be prosecuted for their role in the horsemeat scandal, the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers(...)

What will our children be eating next in their burgers? Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Why are we talking about the horsemeat crisis again?The British House of Commons’ environment, food and rural affairs committee published its second r(...)

A “complex, highly organised network of companies” is responsible for the “fraudulent and illegal” trade in mislabelled meat, according to the Commons’ environment, food and rural affairs committee

The failure by the Irish and British authorities to prosecute those responsible for putting horse meat into burgers and ready-meals has been sharply c(...)