Martin Kelleher, MD of Musgrave Retail Partners Ireland, with Brid O’Connell, CEO of Guaranteed Irish. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Martin Kelleher, the head of Musgrave’s retail chains SuperValu and Centra, is leaving the business. Mr Kelleher, a 24-year veteran of the Cork-headq(...)

Observing social distancing at a supermarket in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

SuperValu and Tesco Ireland have seen demand for online shopping services rocket since the escalation of social distancing practices across the Republ(...)

Social distancing measures in place  at checkouts in a SuperValu supermarket in Dingle, Co Kerry. Photograph: PA

Supermarkets across the State have started rolling out measures aimed at protecting customers and staff and ensuring there will continue to be suffici(...)

Centra anticipates 20 store openingsin 2020 which, it says, will add 480 jobs to bring its total head count above 11,000.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Sales at convenience retailer Centra reached €1.7 billion last year, representing average turnover of €3.6 million per store. The retailer, which is (...)

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(...)

SuperValu managing director Martin Kelleher, with one of the new compostable shopping bags it is introducing.

From early next month all plastic bags used by the Irish supermarket group SuperValu in its stores will be 100 per cent compostable and reusable – tak(...)

SuperValu said it planned to roll out new shopping concepts including vegan and vegetarian zones. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

SuperValu intends to open three new stores this year as part of a €30 million investment programme although it wouldn’t disclose where those openings (...)

Martin Kelleher working on Kelleher’s Christmas Tree Farm, Brannockstown, Naas, Co. Kildare. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Christmas tree farmer, Martin Kelleher says the part of growing Christmas trees he enjoys most is selling them to the public. From December 1st to 23r(...)

SuperValu managing director Martin Kelleher and Guaranteed Irish chief executive Bríd O’Connell. Photograph: Andres Poveda

SuperValu plans to invest more than €700,000 into a new partnership with Guaranteed Irish, the business membership organisation promoting home-grown a(...)

The compostable coffee cup and lid that will be introduced in all SuperValu and Centra stores from next September - it will be suitable for disposal in brown waste bins.

Millions of coffee cups a year could be diverted from Irish landfill following a decision by a major retailer to introduce compostable coffee cups in (...)

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