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Did You Know?... 17 September, 2019

Published on Sep 17 2019 10:30 AM

Did You Know?... 17 September, 2019

Did you know?... Tayto, Ireland’s No. 1 crisp and snacks brand, has launches its two new Irish-inspired limited-edition flavours. This time the new flavours are all about Irish favourite takeaways - Tayto Hot Wings Flavour and Tayto Curry Chip Flavour. Tayto Limited Edition Flavours available nationwide for a short time only RRP: for 35g pack is .89c

Did you know?...  The Glanbia Ireland team will be at the National Ploughing Championships in Fenagh, Co Carlow from 17-19 September. Glanbia’s support teams will be available throughout the three days to discuss animal nutrition and health solutions, new schemes and technical support services that are available to its farmer customers and suppliers. “We would encourage our suppliers and customers to visit us at - Block 2 - Row 5 - Stand 114 - which is located close to the National Ploughing Association headquarters,” the group said.

Did you know?...  Cola-Cola has announced that it has launched a new limited-edition blood orange flavoured Fanta for Halloween in the UK. Fanta Dark Orange is jet black in colour and the bottle sports a new design to match the spooky occasion. Senior brand manager for Fanta Great Britain, Dee Woolcott, commented, "Halloween is a huge moment in the year and to celebrate, we wanted to launch a new, fun version of Fanta that is delicious, but with a scary twist. So, the only question is – dare you taste the dark?"

Did you know?...  Coop Switzerland has launched a new line of own-brand toothbrushes made of renewable raw materials, branded as Naturaline. Priced at CHF 5.50 each, the product is available in soft and medium versions. The soft toothbrush has been rolled out in around 580 Coop stores in Switzerland, and the medium toothbrush is available in almost 240 outlets.

Did you know?...  Amazon and Morrisons have agreed to extend a partnership which already allows customers to order their shopping from the smallest of Britain's big four supermarket groups and have it delivered by the US online giant. Periodically mooted as a possible bidder for Morrisons, Amazon has been slowly extending its food service in Britain, but market research firm Kantar Worldpanel estimates its market share is so far less than 1%.

Did you know?...  World News Top European pork producer Danish Crown opened a plant near Shanghai on Wednesday to produce packaged pork for the area's affluent consumers. The company's first factory in China will turn frozen pork imported from Denmark into packaged, chilled product as well as bacon and sausages. All products will be sold through Alibaba's online platforms and offline Hema stores for the first five years, said the company.

© 2019 Checkout – your source for the latest Irish retail news. Article by Aidan O’Sullivan. Click sign-up to subscribe to Checkout.

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