Carbery Group

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The European Investment Bank Group is directly owned by EU member states. Last year it made €63.3bn   available for projects, including a record €1.08bn worth of projects in the Republic.   Photograph: iStock

The European Investment Bank has said it will mobilise €40 billion in financing to alleviate constraints caused by the spread of Covid-19, calling on (...)

Dublin Airport received a €350 million finance package last year. Photograph: DAA

The European Union’s investment bank is expected next week to announce a package of measures to help small and medium-sized businesses deal with coron(...)

The Carbery Group headquarters in Ballineen, Co Cork

Cork-headquartered food and ingredients group Carbery has secured a €35 million loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) towards the cost of a €78(...)

The Carbery Group’s main plant in Ballineen in Co Cork. The group’s profit before tax rose from €24.2 million to €25.1 million last year.

The company behind Dubliner cheese has increased by €22 million the amount it intends to invest in its facilities as part of an ongoing diversificati(...)

Carbery said it was able to pay a leading milk price to its supplier shareholders during 2017. Photograph: iStock

Ingredients company Carbery Group increased its pretax profit by almost 16 per cent to €24.2 million in 2017, its latest accounts show. The west Cork(...)

Antony Jackson and Justin Green who co-founded the  Cork-based artisan distillery Ballyvolane  in 2015.

The latest vintage of Irish drinks entrepreneurs have turned away from traditional products such as whiskeys and cream liqueurs in favour of more nich(...)

Dan MacSweeney, the chief executive of the Carbery group, has announced his decision to retire at the end of this year.

Carbery Group chief executive Dan MacSweeney has decided to retire from the company and will stand down at the end of this year. According to a stat(...)

Cheesemakers Ann McGrath, Jeffa Gill and Sarah Hennessy, winners of Best Irish Cheese at the British Cheese Awards

Durrus Óg, a semi-soft cows’ milk cheese made by a team of three female cheesemakers in West Cork, has been named Best Irish Cheese at the British Che(...)

Carbery, owned by four Irish co-operatives, Bandon, Barryroe, Drinagh and Lisavaird, employs about 600 people across eight locations, including Ireland, the US, Brazil and Thailand.

Cork-based food ingredients and cheese manufacturer Carbery Group’s earnings rose 33 per cent last year as a strong performance by its international f(...)