Dairy Industry Ireland director Conor Mulvihill said  segregation of milk “has never been needed and would be extremely difficult for dairy and specialised nutrition companies to achieve”.

Representatives of the whiskey and dairy industries have called on the Government to pressure the European Union to recognise Irish products that cont(...)

Prior to the pandemic, the industry was on track to break the 12 million cases milestone for the first time

Irish whiskey sales proved resilient last year despite the Covid-related lockdown restrictions with volumes down 0.4 per cent to 11.4 million cases, c(...)

The Irish Whiskey Association has urged  the Government to ratify the trade deal with Canada.

Irish whiskey producers have welcomed sharp reductions in levies on spirits in Canada in line with the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (Cet(...)

Ryanair has added an extra 75 Boeing 737 Max aircraft to its original order, bringing the total to 210 in a deal worth $22 billion (€18.1 billion), re(...)

Under the agreement announced on Friday, the EU will eliminate tariffs on US lobster products, worth about $111 million (€94 million) a year. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

The United States and the European Union have agreed to reduce tariffs on a range of products - a rare example of trade cooperation between the two bl(...)

Jameson Irish whiskey   sold 8m cases globally  last year, up from 7.2m a year earlier

Irish whiskey sales came within touching distance of their historical peak of 12 million nine-litre cases last year. While Jameson still leads the p(...)

Irish whiskey doubled yearly sales to 137 million bottles – 11.4 million cases – between 2010 and 2019, figures published on Friday show.   Photograph: Nick Bradshaw /The Irish Times

Covid-19 lockdowns are hitting Irish whiskey sales while about 400 of the industry’s jobs are in the balance, distillers warn. Irish whiskey doubled (...)

Waterford Distillery founder Mark Reynier: “Almost all Irish whiskey comes from three distilleries, so while there may be over 100 labels on display at Dublin airport, most of it comes from the same few sources.”

The Irish whiskey sector generally likes to portray itself as one big happy family. There may be intense competition between the various players, but(...)

Ireland was the fourth biggest spirits exporter to the US in 2019

Irish whiskey sales in the US rose by 5.6 per cent last year to $1.1 billion (€1 billion) as exports of American spirits plunged on the back of retali(...)

St Patrick’s drops word ‘distillery’  from its label following complaint

A prominent Cork whiskey brand has dropped the word “distillery” from its label on foot of complaints that its use was deliberately misleading and dam(...)

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