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Aldi gives more than 2c pay increase for eggs
Barry Murphy
Aldi Ireland has said it is up to egg packers and producers to apportion the price increase it agreed on Saturday.
3 October 2022 Poultry
Aldi and Lidl suppliers offer 0.8c/egg price increase
The protests by egg producers at Aldi and Lidl in Cavan town continue on Monday.
2 October 2022 News
Farmers will follow the money
This week's budget is the latest step in encouraging farmers away from production towards lifestyle farming.
No problem in funding or supporting the AD sector – Green Party minister
Green Party Minister of State Ossian Smyth has said that anaerobic digestion is a well-understood technology and that there won’t be a problem in funding or supporting the sector.
30 September 2022 News
Cross-border trade ‘black hole’ in fertiliser register plans
The Irish Co-operative Organisation Society and Teagasc shared their views on the Department of Agriculture’s planned fertiliser register with TDs and senators.
30 September 2022 News
Beef demand falls in Britain but rises in China
Retail demand in Britain falls due to consumer price inflation and return to normal in the hospitality and catering sectors.
30 September 2022 News
Aldi ‘extremely disappointed’ with protesting egg producers
IFA poultry committee vice-chair Brendan Soden says retailers “dictate what everybody else gets down the supply chain” and warned that the protests will continue through the night.
29 September 2022 Poultry
Dairy Trends: production down in New Zealand
With less milk in New Zealand and Europe, international dairy markets are absorbing extra production from the US.
28 September 2022 Markets
Mars subsidiary looks to acquire Village Vets
The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) have been notified of the intention by Mars subsidiary, LIV, to acquire Village Vets.
28 September 2022 News
Irish steak retailing at €50/kg in Germany
Irish rump steak and ribeye were also seen in abundance in the German fridges.
28 September 2022 News
Hide and offal adding more value to beef
Strong performance of offal values helped drive up the price of beef in the first half of this year.
28 September 2022 News
Dutch supermarket shelves packed with competing beef branding
Beef branded as South American, high animal welfare and Irish are all competing for space on shelves in the Netherlands.
28 September 2022 News