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 Kellogg’s new range of  cereals will feature  less salt and sugar and reduced packaging. The food giant has pledged to cut sugar in its children’s cereals by 10 per cent and salt by 20 per cent   to make its products healthier. Photograph: PA

The air is to be sucked right out of some of Ireland’s most popular breakfast cereals leading to a dramatic reduction in the amount of packaging used (...)

Bord Bia chief executive Tara McCarthy: “Our reputation is inextricably linked to the hard work and commitment of tens of thousands of farmers and food producers across the country,,,”

Bord Bia has returned to the top spot in a ranking of the most reputable companies and organisations in the State, overtaking credit unions, while An (...)

Dublin-registered Kellogg Europe Trading  received a €17 million tax credit after it racked up heavy losses due to interest charged on loans from other Kellogg companies, including its parent in Luxembourg.

Breakfast cereals giant Kellogg directed more than €1.1 billion of sales from Europe through one of its Irish units last year, an increase of 16 per c(...)

Danone makes Evian bottled water and Activia yoghurts.

French food company Danone will cut up 2,000 jobs, or 2 per cent of its global workforce, as part of a reorganisation aimed at giving more power to co(...)

230-240 Lakeshore Drive extends to a gross  internal area of 29,773sq ft and has 109  parking spaces

The sale of one of the first office blocks built by developer David Daly at Airside Business Park in Swords is expected to attract strong interest fr(...)

 Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps had 157,000 children participating last year. File photo. Photograph: David Maher/ Sportsfile

The National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) will discuss when and how summer camps can go ahead as part of its weekly meeting on Thursday. NPHE(...)

Dick Clerkin chairs the GAA medical, scientific and welfare committee and is also on the association’s Covid-19 advisory group. Photograph: Gary Carr/Inpho

The report of the GAA’s Covid-19 advisory group is imminent. This was confirmed on RTÉ’s Sunday Game by Dick Clerkin, chair of the Croke Park medical,(...)

This summer’s Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps are still scheduled to go ahead with contingencies in place if they have to be cancelled. Close to 160,000 children took part in te camps last summer. Photograph:  David Maher/Sportsfile

It might appear wishful thinking but the GAA Cúl Camps are still scheduled to go ahead this summer. Organised by counties and clubs and now something (...)

East Coast Bakehouse managing director Michael Carey: “The cash burn has ended, thankfully.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish biscuit maker East Coast Bakehouse has hired EY Corporate Finance to raise €5 million to acquire more packing equipment for its factory in Drog(...)

East Coast Bakehouse executive chairman Michael Carey. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish biscuit maker East Coast Bakehouse forecasts that exports will account for 80 per cent of its business in the coming three years as the company (...)

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