Bwg Foods

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Prices in the food and grocery sector are at the same level now as they were in 2000, according to Retail Ireland. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters

The Irish retail sector remains optimistic for the future despite the challenges presented by price stagnation and the increased competition from the (...)

Uniphar chief executive Ger Rabbette (left) with chairman Maurice Pratt. The CCPC cleared it to buy Sisk Healthcare in August, subject to information-sharing restrictions. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

The number of mergers and acquisitions (M&As) notified to the State’s competition watchdog increased 36 per cent to 98 last year, with real estate(...)

Spar has invested €500,000 in the outlet at Dublin Airport which officially opens on Friday

Spar has secured a new concession in Dublin Airport after the airport’s operator replaced it in its previous location in favour of an outlet that woul(...)

An Iput owned property on Dublin’s North Wall Quay.

Property fund Iput collected €27.9 million in rental income and distributed €25.2 million to shareholders in the third quarter of this year. The comp(...)

Spar in Glenageary: The investment includes the ground floor of the mixed-use development.

A Spar outlet let on a new long-term lease in Glenageary is for sale at more than €3.4 million through agent Murphy Mulhall. The south Dublin suburba(...)

Hamburg makes history by banning diesel cars and trucks.

The Government is unlikely to put a name forward for upcoming openings at the top of the euro-zone’s banking supervision authority, as it concentrates(...)

Johannesburg-listed Spar South Africa, which owns an 80 per cent stake in BWG, referred briefly to the deal in its interim financial results yesterday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

BWG Foods, the owner of the Spar franchise in Ireland, has refinanced its debts estimated at about €220 million. It is understood the new banking faci(...)

New Retail Ireland chairman Willie O’Byrne:  “The industry is facing a number of challenges which we as an organisation must address immediately.” Photograph: Shane O’Neill/Fennells

Willie O’Byrne, managing director of BWG Foods, has been elected as the new chairman of Retail Ireland, a body affiliated to employers’ group Ibec. M(...)

Leslie Codd, marketing manager Codd Mushrooms, Willie O’Byrne, managing Director BWG Foods, Philip Morrow, managing director PRM Group, and Leo Crawford,  CEO BWG Group

Independent retailers from the across the country will have the opportunity to meet more than 150 suppliers, indigenous and multinational, at Ireland’(...)

The money will be used to redesign 17 stores this year, while a further 23 stores will get new deli and coffee areas

The Londis convenience store network is in line for an €8 million upgrade of 40 of its outlets that it hopes will boost sales by 10 per cent. This is(...)

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