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Lorcan Allen is a journalist with the Irish Farmers Journal. Coming from a beef farm in Moate, Co Westmeath, Lorcan graduated from NUI Galway with a BA in English and Political Science and has worked with the Westmeath Topic and the Irish Times. Lorcan first began working with the Farmers Journal in March 2013, helping to produce the papers first ever Agribusiness report. He rejoined the journal in January 2014 and writes about business and property.
Shares in Aryzta plunged more than 25% after the group issued a fresh profit warning for its 2018 financial year.
By Lorcan Allen on 25 May 2018
The convenience bakery giant has unveiled a three-year restructuring programme, aimed at cutting €200m in costs.
European dairy prices are holding firm as we move into the month for peak milk supply on the continent.
The Irish dairy industry needs more joined-up thinking before it makes further investments in milk processing assets, according to Kerry Group chief executive Edmond Scanlon.
The Dublin-based plastic company, formerly known as One51, has released an indicative price range prior to floating next month.
Lorcan Allen reports from the launch of the 2018 Agribusiness Report, published by the Irish Farmers Journal in conjunction with KPMG.