Tributes paid to Kerrygold creator Anthony O’Reilly
Caitríona Morrissey
Tony O'Reilly, one of Ireland's leading businessmen and the creator of the world famous Kerrygold brand, has died.
EU climate policy marches on
While EU climate policy is marching on, it seems that the EU’s policy plans to shift to sustainable agriculture are stuck. Claire Dupont reports.
A tale of two different farming economies
There are considerable differences in the structure of the agricultural economies north and south of the border, writes Lorcan Kelly Roche.
The opportunities in prepared consumer foods
The drive towards adding value across the food processing industry in recent years can be seen in the increase in the value of consumer foods for export.
The future of food production on this island is bright
Markets are open, customers are waiting, and Ireland is ready and able to provide them with what they want.
Bothar reports €280,000 loss in latest annual report
Charity says significant progress made in reorganisation and improving corporate governance.
17 May 2024 News
Irish beef is facing global headwinds
The world will want more beef a decade from now, but will it be viable for Irish farmers to compete against Brazilian and Australian producers? Phelim O’Neill reports.
Far-reaching impact of corporate reporting across the agri-food sector
Lorraine Sammon, audit partner, KPMG, explores the impact of the impending EU CRSD Directive from the perspective of an agri-food co-op.
Balmoral educates, informs and entertains
Balmoral Show has prizewinning livestock, showjumping and a whole lot more that attracts an audience far beyond farming and the agri-food industry.
17 May 2024 News
Fertiliser suppliers' profits jumped 160% when prices soared in 2022
Companies boosted earnings by holding percentage gross margins steady.
15 May 2024 News
Kuhn order intake down by 34.7%
Kuhn has reported that in the first quarter of 2024, the machinery manufacturer's order intake is down 34.7% on the same period in 2023.
15 May 2024 News
Beyond Meat reflects category's problems
Consumers remain unattracted by either plant or laboratory-based fake meat products, but no room for farmer or industry complacency.
15 May 2024 News