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Glenisk managing director Vincent Cleary: “Worst-case scenario is a hard Brexit and confusion at the ports.”

Glenisk employs more than 75 staff from its base outside Tullamore, Co Offaly. The company uses about 14 million litres of Irish milk annually, sourc(...)

As our understanding of the microbiome develops scientists are hopeful of finding out more about how probiotics might be used.

Probiotics are riding such a wave of popularity it is even possible to get face creams, masks and serums that include these “good” bacteria. They can (...)

Small Firms Association (SFA) chair Sue O’Neill is seeking a national small business strategy similar to the State’s FDI strategy.

At a time when the economy is performing at its strongest for many years, sentiment among small businesses has, paradoxically , softened. Small Firms (...)

Longueville House in Mallow Co Cork won the best Irish bread award

The scrambled, poached, fried and smashed avo-steeped gongs honoring the best breakfasts, brunches, bacons and breads to be had in Ireland have been h(...)

There is such a halo of virtue around yoghurt, you can almost see a glow off the pots as they sit on supermarket shelves. Thanks to the good bacteria (...)

Guinness is sold in more than 150 countries, with 10 million glasses downed every day. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Reuters

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the favourite of them all? That is what we set out to find out a couple of weeks back when took to Twitter to see wh(...)

Agency chairman Leo Cullen is also head coach with Leinster Rugby: Photograph: INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Public relations firm Cullen Communications, whose clients include Bord Bia, FedEx, Ford and Thomas Cook, has reported a slight dip in profits followi(...)

Chicken flatbread with tzatziki from Tang

Yes, there is such a thing as a free lunch, but donations will be very welcome at the #CookForSyria lunch at the Tang by Yogism cafe in Dublin’s Dawso(...)

Coca-Cola retained the number-one position for the 12th consecutive year in Checkout magazine’s list of the 100 most popular brands in the Irish grocery marketplace. Photograph: Remy Gabalda/AFP/Getty Images

Coke appears still to be it for Irish consumers, having retained the number-one position for the 12th consecutive year in Checkout magazine’s list of(...)

Profits at Ireland’s Top 1000 companies roared to a record high of some €36 billion in the 2016 survey, as the country’s top companies shrugged off t(...)

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