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Senator Feargal Quinn: sold Superquinn in 2005. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A number of years ago, then Superquinn chairman, Simon Burke, who fronted a consortium of investors that bought the business in 2005, said that if he (...)

Superquinn Rathgar outlet: among the 24 stores to be rebranded under merger with SuperValu.  Photograph: Frank Miller

The Mandate trade union said yesterday it was “hopeful” that some of the 102 staff at Superquinn facing redundancy could be redeployed into other role(...)

Nine out of 10 shoppers say they believe they are shopping more wisely than 18 months ago. Photograph: Eric Luke

Research from the National Consumer Agency has found that 72 per cent of women take responsibility for food shopping and another 13 per cent say they (...)

Our kids may not have shrunk but many of the products we buy for them – such as baby wipes and burgers – have

The snack has lost a finger, the soap has shrunk and the Curly Wurly is a shadow of its former self. Welcome to the incredible shrinking world of supe(...)

A Food Safety Authority  spokeswoman was not in a position to shed any more light on the nature of the contamination

Berry confused about frozen fruit contamination warningPeter Mooney contacted us about the recent food scare connected to frozen berries. “We use a lo(...)

A basket of groceries: families are spending on average over this year€67 less than they did in 2012

Shoppers in the Republic are continuing to feel the squeeze with new data revealing that families are spending less on groceries and switching to the (...)

Three successful retail parks in Tallaght, Dublin 24, Naas, Co Kildare, and Limerick city are to offered for sale at an overall valuation of €77 milli(...)

Nine industrial buildings in the much-lauded Tougher Business Park at Newhall, Naas, Co Kildare, are to be offered for sale or for lease on the instru(...)

John Halligan: supermarket giant Tesco was “rumoured to dub this country ‘Treasure Island’”

Ireland is in the grip of a nutritional recession because of food poverty, the Dáil has heard amid calls for the Government to(...)

Supermarkets should freeze prices on essential items, the Dáil has been told. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

The Government should follow other EU member states and hold talks with major supermarket chains to have them introduce a two-year price freeze(...)

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