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Irish steaks won a record of 75 medals at the World Steak Challenge, which was held in Dublin for the first time

An Irish steak has  been crowned the “World’s Best Fillet” at international steak competition in Dublin on Wednesday. The winning steak, from gra(...)

“There was a lot of interest in anything that could be broadly classified as infrastructure – energy, wind farms, telecoms.”

In what is perhaps an indication of the overall strength of the Irish economy, M&A activity was strong in almost every sector during the past year(...)

Irish beef in China: “There is certainty in Ireland, and that’s the message we’re bringing,” said the Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed. Photograph: EPA

Set atop a bed of green foliage, beside a pyramid of aubergines and carrots in a round refrigerated container, Irish beef made an auspicious debut at (...)

At a reception at the Irish embassy in Beijing, Irish beef was served for the first time since a ban was imposed in 2001 on EU beef imports over BSE. The ban was formally lifted in April.

Three Irish beef plants and one pork plant have had access to the Chinese market confirmed during a trade mission to China led by Minister for Agricul(...)

The initial research activities of MTI are divided across six different themes or pillars which include meat tenderness, freshness and shelf life, quality grading and classification, health properties, and the benefits of the Irish grass-based production system. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

A new €8.1 million initiative will create a one-stop shop for meat processing research and technology in Ireland. Launched last month, Meat Technology(...)

Shanghai: hosted SIAL China Food Fair. Ireland’s food exports to China have more than doubled to €620 million since 2011. Photograph:  Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images

Irish food exporters travelled to Shanghai earlier this month to take part in the SIAL China Food Fair, with meat industry representatives hopeful the(...)

Bord Bia and six of the State’s biggest meat exporters are exhibiting their culinary wares at a major food trade fair in Lyon, the gastro capital of F(...)

Aramark Ireland chief executive Donal O’Brien attributed the revenue growth to the company’s foothold in the multinational sector. Photograph: John T Ohle

Revenue at catering services, facilities and property management company Aramark Ireland grew 6 per cent to €207 million in the year to the end of Sep(...)

Business services group Aramark Ireland expects to increase employment in its energy management division by 25 people over the next 18 months a(...)

The Department of Agriculture said it had identified 28 records running to 257 pages on the horse meat investigation. However, the release of 17 of these records, or 222 pages, w
as refused. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Department of Agriculture has refused to release a large number of records under the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act that(...)

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