Tayto

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George Best leaves the pitch in Windsor Park in 1970 having been sent off against Scotland.

He was never anything but Georgie. To Patricia Hughes, who worked in our newsagent’s shop and practised social work, marriage counselling, first aid (...)

Gross earnings at the company that operates Tayto Park increased by 2 per cent to €6.45 million last year.

Pretax profit at the company that operates Tayto Park last year declined by 7 per cent to €3.4million in spite of a 6 per cent rise in revenue to €17(...)

British prime minister Boris Johnson during a visit to Tayto Castle crisp factory, Tandragee, Co Armagh on Thursday. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA

Boris Johnson picked the home of Tayto crisps in the North this week as his photo stunt while on the hustings, hawking his Brexit deal ahead of next m(...)

Boris Johnson checks a potato with quality control staff during a general election campaign visit to the Tayto Castle crisp factory in Co Armagh. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/Pool/AFP via Getty

UK prime minister Boris Johnson on a visit to the Tayto factory in Tandragee on Thursday evening sought to reassure unionists and loyalists that his B(...)

The deleted sad Mr Tayto that the crisp company had tweeted after Gay Byrne’s death

A daughter of the broadcaster Gay Byrne, whose funeral takes place on Friday, says her father would have laughed at the controversy about the use of a(...)

Genesis Crafty currently employs more than 350 staff at its bakery in Magherafelt.

New orders for Christmas products and fresh demand for year round favourites like pancakes and scones has delivered a jobs and investment boost worth (...)

Tayto Snacks Managing director Jeff Swan at the company’s facility  near Ashbourne in Co Meath. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Before taking over the Tayto reins half way through 2018, Jeff Swan went on the company’s factory tour anonymously to follow families around and liste(...)

Mia Hale and Edisona Dibra from Clonsilla taking a ride on the Cú Chulainn rollercoaster at Tayto Park in Co Meath. File photograph: Alan Betson

Ireland’s largest theme park Tayto Park has secured planning permission for a €14 million steel red rollercoaster ride. Called “Coaster 2021” in pla(...)

Guaranteed Irish chief executive Bríd O’Connell said people have a “nostalgic feeling” for the symbol. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

Guaranteed Irish has begun a push to triple its membership by the end of 2020 as part of moves to reinvent itself beyond its beginnings in the 1970s (...)

The Northern Ireland group that owns crisps and snacks company Tayto has expanded its operations in the UK with the acquisition of a vending company.

The Northern Ireland group that owns crisps and snacks company Tayto has expanded its operations in the UK with the acquisition of a vending company i(...)

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