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Last year’s dramatic decline in revenues came after eight years of consecutive growth. Photograph: iStock

Revenues in the Irish foodservice industry are expected to return to pre-pandemic levels next year after falling by nearly half in 2020. A new report(...)

The Plant-Lover’s Garden by Patricia Tyrell for Bloom 2021. Design renders: &Smyth Creative Communications

Traditionally one of the highlights of the Irish gardening season, for the second year in a row Ireland’s biggest gardening show, Bloom, will not be t(...)

Bord Bia’s latest report suggests revenues will total €4.5bn this year.

Revenues in the Irish food-service industry are expected to be down €4 billion this year due to the Covid crisis but will likely bounce back next year(...)

Candidates can apply for Fulbright scholarships to undertake Masters degrees, PhDs, or part of their PhD programmes. File photograph: Getty

Accenture This year Accenture has moved to go fully virtual with a four-stage recruitment process, leveraging leading virtual assessment platforms to(...)

The impact of Covid-19 on the foodservice sector will be significant, with the market potentially experiencing a near €5bn  decline in revenues

Revenues in the Irish foodservice industry could collapse by as much as 60 per cent this year, according to a white paper published by Bord Bia. It su(...)

The majority of industry leaders in the Irish food and drink sector believe diversity has an impact on growth prospects, with gender equality, diversity and inclusion a prority for four out of five chief executives, according to a new survey.

The majority of industry leaders in the Irish food and drink sector believe diversity has an impact on growth prospects, with gender equality, diversi(...)

‘Our vision for this programme is to forge the next generation of world-class innovators to join the food, horticultural and beverage sectors.’ Photograph: iStock

It should come as little surprise that there is a skills shortage in the Irish food and drink industry. After all, one in eight jobs in the economy ar(...)

Sinéad O’Brien of Mungo Murphy’s Seaweed Co in Galway.
An appetite for success

A country’s food culture is all part of the traveller’s experience. In Ireland’s case, the produce of a veritable army of artisanal food companies is (...)

Despite the threat of Brexit, 66 per cent of companies surveyed said they intend to maintain or grow sales in Britain over the coming years

Almost all Irish food and drink companies now claim to be ‘Brexit-ready’. However, as many as 68 per cent of them are still uncertain what impact ther(...)

The Irish Food Board, which works to make a commercial success of Irish food, drink and horticultural businesses overseas, came first in a study by the Reputations Agency. File photograph: Board Bia

Bord Bia has come first in a ranking of the most reputable companies and organisations in the State. The Irish Food Board, which works to make a com(...)

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