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Dunnes Stores retained its position as the Republic’s largest retailer, achieving a market share of 23.6%. Photograph: iStock

Supermarket shoppers spent €10.5 million less – a 6 per cent reduction – on alcohol in the run-up to Christmas 2019 compared with the year before, acc(...)

Sales were up 1.9 per cent on a like-for-like basis over the Christmas trading period

Tesco Ireland recorded sales of €1.02 billion in the final 19 weeks of last year, up 2 per cent on the same period a year earlier on a like-for-like b(...)

IFA president Joe Healy says the supermarket chains are the “kingmakers” and are “on top of the pile, dictating price”. File photograph

Groups representing livestock farmers are meeting today with some of the largest retailers in the State in an effort to secure a price increase for be(...)

Cathal and Declan Allen of De Róiste Foods

De Róiste Foods has been using traditional methods to produce breakfast meats in the Munster Gaeltacht since 2012. What is special about your busine(...)

 Grafton Street on December 21st, 2019: Consumers were due to spend about €2,800 per household over the Christmas period. Photograph: Artur Widak/NurPhoto

The threat of a no-deal Brexit hung like a dark cloud over the Irish retail industry for much of 2019, weighing on confidence. The threat of a disorde(...)

SuperValu is also switching to recyclable green trays for its ready meals.

SuperValu is to start using recyclable packaging for its much-loved Superquinn sausages. The supermarket chain said the move would result in 35 tonne(...)

‘We already have a good following here and are well positioned to benefit from the fact that people are increasingly keen to add probiotics to their diet.’

It has long been recognised that fermented foods are a powerful way of proliferating good gut bacteria and it was precisely this therapeutic effect th(...)

Alcohol-free bar: Anna Walsh of the Virgin Mary, in Dublin, makes a Ceder’s spritz. Photograph: Tom Honan

Each year more and more people are saying goodbye to hangovers and hello to alcohol-free versions of beer, cider, wine and spirits. Even a couple of y(...)

Pamela Laird during a task on BBC’s the Apprentice programme. The Irish businesswoman is seeking an investor to help grow her beauty business. Photograph: BBC/Boundless

Irish businesswoman Pamela Laird, who appeared on BBC’s the Apprentice, is seeking an investor to help grow her beauty business to have about €3 milli(...)

Dubray Books managing director Maria Dickenson: “I think Irish readers love communication and coming into the store where they meet the staff and other customers.”
Keeping it in the family

Ireland’s SMEs have shown incredible resilience and flexibility over the years. One wonders how some of them are still standing, having endured some o(...)

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