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Largo Food, based in Ashbourne, was prosecuted by Health Service Executive (HSE) environmental health officers under an EU law regulating safe food and animal feed.  Photograph: Mr Tayto Facebook page

The company behind the Tayto and Hunky Dorys crisp brands was one of two prosecuted over food safety issues last month, according to the Food Safety A(...)

Aileen Donoghue of Virgin Media with  Ottilie Higson and Caroline Keogh of Boy & Girl at the Marketer of the Year 2016 finalists breakfast, hosted by  The Irish Times. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Revitalising the “stagnant” Aer Lingus brand, convincing young people to invest in health insurance during the downturn, and making Mr Tayto relevant (...)

Former banker Rosa Chan, a Malahide-reared Trinity graduate now importing Tayto crisps into Hong Kong.

Irish expatriates are used to supping Guinness and various craft beers in the drinking dens of Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai in Hong Kong, but they’ve no(...)

 A 1999 file photograph of the Tayto Factory  in Coolock, Dublin. Photograph Paddy Whelan/The Irish Times

Tayto’s former flagship factory in Coolock is to be turned into a large funeral home complex and hearse depot. Dublin City Council has granted perm(...)

Joe Rooney: the comedian chokes up when he tells Ryan Tubridy that his mother died when he was 11

As revelations go, the news that Irish families aren’t always the happiest of entities is akin to saying that Donald Trump isn’t renowned for his mode(...)

Adam Murphy, marketing director, Ornua

INNOVATION AWARD COMPANY: GALLAGHER’S BAKERY - PURE BRED Innovation has been central to the success of the Pure Bred range and the business has(...)

The new Code of Standards for Advertising and Marketing in Ireland features a new section on gambling

Every month or so, Pricewatch gets a mail from the good people at the Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland announcing what they have been up to.(...)

Convivial drinking in a pub is grand, despite what the new puritans might have you believe (see also: red fizz, stage left). Photograph: Getty Images

Ahead of Ireland’s big day, we thought we would take at look at just some of the ways Irish consumers are unique and a couple of things we think be(...)

Paul Quinn, systems engineer and Edel Creely, managing director, Trilogy Technologies with Taoiseach Enda Kenny on a tour of the premises at the announcement of 30 new jobs earlier this year. Photograph: Alan Betson

Trilogy Technologies, a Dublin-headquartered IT services company, is eyeing further expansion in the UK following its recent buyout of London firm b2L(...)

New Innovator: SynerChi

“Rethink your soft drink” is the message behind SynerChi, a tea-based drink being produced at Ireland’s first ‘kombrewery’ in Gweedore, Co Donegal by (...)

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