Maureen Gahan

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  Irish people look set to spend more than €8.5 billion on food and drink prepared or consumed outside the homes this year. Photograph: iStock

Irish consumers are increasingly seeking out healthier options when eating away from their homes with the popularity of plant-based options on the ris(...)

Coffee shops and cafes represented the fastest-growing sector in food service last year. Photograph: Getty Images
Coffee bean bonanza

“I don’t take on Starbucks. They’re really nice people and really good at what they do but I don’t try to compete with them,” says Colin Harmon, award(...)

The Eatyard offers a platform for a rotating line-up of innovative chefs offering authentic world cuisines

Ireland’s food sector remains in robust health, with the foodservice market growing to a record €7.5 billion in 2016 and forecast to grow to more than(...)

Quick-serve restaurants now account for a third of all spending in Ireland’s foodservice industry while coffee shops are the fastest growing segment o(...)

Finding restaurants that serve food which has not had to cross the globe to get to your plate has never been easier, thanks to a new interactive map d(...)

Fast food is the quickest growing segment of the food service industry and is projected to grow quicker than any other segments in the next three years, research from Bord Bia has found.

Fast food is the quickest growing segment of the food service industry and is projected to remain so over the next three years, Bord Bia research has (...)

Fresh off the rotisserie grill, people are buying whole chickens, removing the skin and using the flesh in their own home-assembled meal. Photograph: Getty Images

It’s good to be more aware of the main food choices you make over the course of the week. But you don’t need to memorise intricate nutrients or(...)

Spending is up in restaurants as last year saw a return to growth for most types of food service sales, ending a period of decline that started in 2008.

Spending is up in fast-food outlets, restaurants and hotels, a seminar organised by Bord Bia heard yesterday. Its food service specialist Maureen Gaha(...)