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Agency chairman Leo Cullen is also head coach with Leinster Rugby: Photograph: INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Public relations firm Cullen Communications, whose clients include Bord Bia, FedEx, Ford and Thomas Cook, has reported a slight dip in profits followi(...)

Nüdest: the pouches are filled with fruit puree, Greek-style yoghurt and wholegrains

Neven’s new baby Some cookbook writers pour everything into their first book – Nigella Lawson’s How To Eat comes to mind – but Neven Maguire has wait(...)

Between 2011 and 2015, the output of Irish microbreweries rose more than 415 per cent to reach 134,000 hectolitres.

The number of microbreweries in Ireland has more than quadrupled since 2012, according to a new study that estimates turnover in the sector will rise(...)

Michael Flanagan: “We  believe these products will appeal to consumers looking for foods that address concerns around digestive health, food intolerances and clean eating”

How do you milk a sheep? “With great care and attention,” says Michael Flanagan founder of Rockfield Dairy, a new Mayo-based company producing sheep’s(...)

Jill Mahoney (Ballymaloe); Caroline Hands (Ballymaloe); Julieann Twomey (Kerry Foods) and Maxine Hyde (Ballymaloe) at the Bord Bia Awards. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Irish food companies were recognised at the “Oscars” of the sector yesterday evening, held to underpin growth and competitiveness and elevate the indu(...)

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(...)

Google regains top spot from Volkswagen in this year’s rankings. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Google has been named as the most reputable and trustworthy organisation in Ireland by the latest RepTrak study of corporate reputations.The report, c(...)

Kieron and Claire Moran of Moran’s Homestore, who make jams and preserves, are among the 30 small food businesses progressing to the advanced level of Food Academy

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney said today that the 200 small food producers who have participated in Food Academy, a Bord Bia, SuperValu and L(...)

Collecting seaweed in Co Sligo. File Photograph:  Bryan O’Brien

What is it about us Irish and butter? First, we introduce the world to Kerrygold, spawning a never ending stream of rather dodgy TV ads and now we’re(...)

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney has predicted that Ireland will become the fastest growing producer of dairy products over the next decade. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney has predicted that Ireland will become the fastest growing producer of dairy products ove(...)

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