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Tesco To 'Make The Most' Of The Summer Of Sport, CEO Says

Tesco is preparing to make the most of major sporting events this summer by doubling down on product innovation, CEO Ken Murphy said in a media call with r...

Asda Unveils 'Nanzones' For Senior Football Fans 

Asda Unveils 'Nanzones' For Senior Football Fans 

As the Euro 2024 kicks off, UK retailer Asda has announced the launch of 'Nanzones', or fan zones designed for the elderly.

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Wexford Food Producers Showcased At 2024 Enniscorthy Rockin’ Food & Fruit Festival

The Wexford Food Producers partnered with the Enniscorthy Rockin Food & Fruit Festival over the May bank holiday weekend.

Tirlán Profits Down By 5% In 2023 Results

Tirlán Profits Down By 5% In 2023 Results

Operating profits at farmer-owned dairy and grain co-op Tirlán were €63.3 million in 2023, down 5% year-on-year.

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Food Drink Ireland Calls For Investment To Aid Sustainable Food Manufacturing

Food Drink Ireland published a report that calls for investment and innovation to advance sustainability in the food manufacturing industry.

Irish Manufacturing Activity Stable In May – PMI

Irish Manufacturing Activity Stable In May – PMI

Ireland’s manufacturing sector steadied in May after contracting in April although demand remained subdued, a survey showed on Tuesday.

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