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Did you know?... 05 February, 2020

Published on Feb 5 2020 10:15 AM

Did you know?... 05 February, 2020

Did you know?... Starbucks Corp has said that it is planning to introduce a breakfast sandwich with a plant-based patty in the United States and Canada this year, reports Reuters. The coffee chain said that it is aiming to add more plant-based food and drinks to its menu as part of its latest plan to become more environmentally friendly.

Did you know?... Treble Crunch contains less fat than standard potato crisps with no taste compromise. These deliciously light and crunchy potato chips contain less than 100 calories per packet and are packed full of flavour, the perfect lighter snack option! Farmhouse Cheddar & Spring Onion has long been a favourite with snack lovers, but the Salt & Vinegar flavour is growing in popularity since its launch and for a limited time only, both flavours are on special offer nationwide - 6 pack of Treble Crunch is only €2

Did you know?... Aldi has announced that it will open the doors for the first time of it's new store in Laytown, Co.Meath, on Thursday 6 February, 2020. Aldi will be offering a wide range of special opening offers at the new Laytown store including 32" FHD Smart TV for just €199.99 (reduced from €259.99) and a Canon Photo Printer for just €49.99 (reduced from €79.99).

Did you know?... Gruppo Fabri, owned by private equity fund Argos Wityu, has acquired food packaging business Caveco. Based near Modena, Gruppo Fabri is a leading producer of machines and films for fresh food packaging.

Did you know?...  Norway will allow fish farming companies to raise their salmon and trout output capacity in nine of the country's 13 ocean farming regions, its fisheries minister has said. Norway is the world's top salmon producer and fish farming is its largest export sector after oil and gas.

Did you know?...  The UK grocery market saw a subdued performance in January, according to the latest data from Nielsen, with total till sales rising by 0.7% in the past four weeks.This compares to a 3.3% increase reported in the same period last year.

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