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Aryzta owns the Cuisine de France label in Ireland and supplies the likes of McDonald’s, Subway and Lidl. Photograph: iStock

Aryzta shareholder Lodbrok Capital has signalled “its increased confidence” in new plans to rescue the ailing food business, while a prominent German (...)

Lidl’s  “A Better Tomorrow” sustainability strategy is a broad-based attempt to enhance all aspects of sustainability.

We only need to look around to see the companies attempting to be more sustainable. But few have articulated or actioned these efforts as well as supe(...)

Coalition of investors urges top European companies to include climate-change risks in their financial statements. Photograph: iStock

Moving sustainability up the agenda is a key success factor for today’s companies and board members must now get up to speed on the issue. And pressur(...)

“The pandemic has afforded us a unique opportunity to increase the pace at which we progress the green agenda and allows us to build a more sustainable future for our customers and the society in which we operate.”

Businesses are finally coming round to the idea that sustainability now equates with longevity. A recent study from Nielsen found that 81 per cent of (...)

Food waste sent to landfill does not harmlessly break down but instead releases methane, a greenhouse gas 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide. Photograph: iStock

If someone were to offer you €1,000 a year for nothing, you’d snatch their hand off. Instead you’re likely putting your hand in your pocket and throwi(...)

The Government’s new waste action plan is raising consumer awareness on the benefits of reusable containers and working with retailers to encourage refills. Photograph: iStock

Children all over the country are getting ready to send their letters to Santa. This year green-minded grown-ups got the chance to send wish lists too(...)

Swiss-Irish baking group Aryzta saw revenue decline in its first quarter

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta says it plans to raise up to €800 million by selling off various parts of the business, which may include the group’s tr(...)

Irish food brand Cuisine de France is owned by Swiss-Irish listed group Aryzta. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Aryzta’s largest shareholder Cobas Asset Management has come out strongly against Elliott Management’s takeover bid for the company, saying it underva(...)

Christmas shopping past: Grafton Street in 2017. Reopening  shops would take tens of thousands off the pandemic unemployment payment. Photograph: Tom Honan

The people of Ireland are, for the second time, successfully driving down what were rampant coronavirus infection rates. But an underlying failure of (...)

Photographs: Nick Bradshaw

We’re all wearing face coverings, but most are not as effective as they should be. So what kind should you wear? Face coverings are one of the k(...)

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