Winning chef Gráinne Mullins, centre, with (l. to r.) judges Margot Janse, Gareth Mullins, Michel Roux junior and Paul Flynn

The winner of the Euro-Toques Ireland young chef of the year 2019 title is Gráinne Mullins, head pastry chef at Lignum restaurant in Loughrea, Co Galw(...)

Karan Mittal, head chef at Ananda, explaining his dish to the judges at the Euro-Toques Young Chef semi-finals.

The finalists in the Euro-Toques Young Chef of the Year 2019 have been revealed, and instead of the usual six there will be eight chefs taking part in(...)

Grainne Mullins, formerly of Ox in Belfast and now part of the launch team for Lignum, opening in Bullaun, near Loughrea, Co Galway, at the end of next month, is one of 14 chefs to reach the Euro-Toques Young Chef 2019 semi-final.

French chef, restaurateur and TV presenter Michel Roux junior of London’s Le Gavroche restaurant, and Dutch-born, South African-based chef and campaig(...)

Chris Martin, long-standing chief executive of Ireland’s biggest grocery player, Musgrave Group, is retiring

Chris Martin, long-standing chief executive of Ireland’s biggest grocery player, Musgrave Group, is retiring. The news came as Cork-based Musgrave, b(...)

Jack Lenards (left), winner of the Euro-Toques young chef competition, with guest judge Liam Tomlin from South Africa.

The winner of the Euro-Toques Ireland Young Chef of the Year competition for 2018 is Jack Lenards, from Kilcoole, Co Wicklow. The 22-year-old was one (...)

Owen Killian  with the RDS Gold Medal which was awarded by the resident of the RDS in October, 2014 Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Call it a bad karma but the moment former Aryzta boss Owen Killian received the RDS Gold Medal for Industry, the State’s top business award, things be(...)

Ireland's best young chefs 2018

The six chefs selected to go through to the final round of Euro-Toques Young Chef of the Year 2018 are Attila Galambos (mentored by JP McMahon of Ania(...)

Aryzta has sold unwanted assets, including Irish restaurant supplier La Rousse Foods and its troubled Cloverhill facilities in the US, since Kevin Toland took over the helm last September

Aryzta is planning to invest 150 million Brazilian real (€33.8m) to build a fifth bread-making facility in Brazil, just as chief executive Kevin Tolan(...)

Aryzta said it would raise the cash by issuing new shares, giving the right to current investors to buy the stock in proportion to their existing holdings

Analysts believe shareholders will back troubled Irish-Swiss baker Aryzta’s bid to raise €800 million despite seeing the group’s value fall by €420 mi(...)

Musgrave, the retail symbol group that owns brands including SuperValu and Centra, is targeting growth in the foodservice and digital markets. Photograph: Photocall Ireland

Musgrave, the retail symbol group that owns brands including SuperValu and Centra, is targeting growth in the foodservice and digital markets. It is a(...)

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