Dairygold

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Kerrygold is the second-best selling butter brand in the US, where it grew 21 per cent last year. Photograph:  Clare Keogh

Serious tensions have emerged between Ornua, the farming co-op that owns Kerrygold, and listed dairy group Glanbia, which owns 25 per cent of Ornua, o(...)

Kerry Group HQ in Naas, Co Kildare. The company produces brands including Dairygold, Low Low, Denny and Galtee

Kerry Group said business volumes rose by 3.5 per cent in the first nine months of the year on Wednesday, as it reaffirmed its full-year earnings per (...)

 Chris Winning, Margaret Horgan, Una Scally and  Tánaiste  Simon Coveney,  at the Getting Ireland Brexit Ready conference in Cork. Photograph: Julien Behal

Large supermarket chains have asked suppliers to conduct “mapping” exercises to track where their products originate as part of planning for Brexit to(...)

A basket of leading consumer food brands in Ireland.

Sugary treats occupy more than half of the top 10 positions in the latest edition of Checkout Magazine’s Top 100 Brands, published this morning. For(...)

Roomex co-founders Jack Donaghy and Karl Glennon

Irish travel software company Roomex has raised €8 million in a funding round led by Dublin and London-listed venture capital firm Draper Esprit. The (...)

Edmond Scanlon, Kerry Group. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

As chief executive honeymoon periods go, Edmond Scanlon’s first 12 weeks as chief executive of Kerry Group were pretty impressive, with the value of t(...)

Britvic Ireland managing director  Kevin Donnelly pictured in Ballyfermot. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Kevin Donnelly walks into the annex off his office at Britvic’s plant in Kylemore, southwest Dublin, and offers a warm greeting. “Welcome to Ballyferm(...)

Dairygold’s first shipment of 2,500 tonnes of imported fodder from the UK arriving into Rosslare, Co Wexford. Photograph: Nicola Reddy

One of the country’s last co-ops has predicted the fodder shortage will last at least another 10 days. Dairygold has sourced 4,500 tonnes of fodder f(...)

Seamus O’Mahony in Rosslare with Dairygold’s first shipment of 2,500 tonnes of imported fodder from the UK. Photograph: Nicola Reddy

One of Ireland’s largest haulage companies says it expects to use 200 trucks to import 7,000 tonnes of fodder over the next fortnight. Nolan Transpo(...)

An emergency fodder delivery arrives from the UK to the Dairygold Co-Op in Ballymakeera, Co Cork. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

There is no alternative hardy versatile crop that Irish farmers could grow to withstand a fodder crisis caused by a long winter and a cold, wet spring(...)

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