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Agribusiness
The opportunities in prepared consumer foods
Lorcan Roche Kelly
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.
15 May 2024 Neven
Neven Maguire: taco ’bout tasty dishes
Get ready to explore flavour-filled and easy to prepare dinners, as we dive into the world of tacos and stir fries, writes Neven Maguire.
15 May 2024 News
Our daily bread: should Ireland grow more grain for human consumption?
With overall tillage area declining and changing weather patterns affecting crops, many believe we should be focusing on becoming self-sufficient in producing milling grain, writes Janine Kennedy.
All set for 155th RUAS Balmoral Show
There is something to interest everyone at the four-day Balmoral Show in Northern Ireland.
12 May 2024 Northern Ireland
Dairygold puts pressure on Taoiseach to retain derogation
The removal of the derogation would have a significant negative economic impact on milk processors and farmers, Dairygold chair Seán O’Brien has said.
10 May 2024 News
Just 4% feel diet affects carbon footprint - ERSI report
The report references research stating that red meat is “probably carcinogenic”, as well as advice that red meat be eaten as part of a “healthy balanced diet”.
9 May 2024 News
Neven Maguire: al fresco fusion feasts
Let’s manifest some gorgeous summer weather with these tasty sweet and savoury recipes, writes Neven Maguire.
8 May 2024 Neven
Paris Olympics going 60% meat-free
The Paris Olympics is to make 60% of the meals on offer to visitors meat-free in a move the Dealer thinks won't help with food waste.
8 May 2024 Dealer
Stormont committee to consider FFA bill
Draft legislation proposed by the farm organisation would require processors to pay farmers a minimum price for their produce.
Boortmalt enters partnership with Soil Capital
Boortmalt has partnered with Soil Capital, an expert agronomy firm leading food system resilience and climate action, to support agriculture decarbonisation.
8 May 2024 News
Tillage Podcast: busy days for tillage farmers
This week’s show has an update on fieldwork and the second part of UK farmer Andrew Ward’s talk, along with all the latest news.
2 May 2024 News
Entertaining at home: all the flavours of the med
Bright, vibrant flavours give a summer feel to these Mediterranean-inspired dishes, writes Neven Maguire.
1 May 2024 Neven