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Hard Brexit to cause dramatic rise in cost of food
Key consumer goods could see a dramatic rise in price in a hard Brexit scenario, a new report by the ESRI reveals.
By Odile Evans on 21 March 2018
Ornua reports strong growth in profits for 2017
Ornua, which owns the Kerrygold brand, bought a record amount of Irish dairy products last year
By Lorcan Allen on 21 March 2018
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: record calf exports and Brexit moves
In the news today, calf exports reach a new high, the transition period for Brexit and Irish food buyers want more organic and free-range food.
By Caitríona Morrissey on 19 March 2018
Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: a Brexit transition, crime and milk prices
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from today, 19 March 2018.
By Caitríona Morrissey on 19 March 2018
Brexit: transition period agreed but Irish border to be clarified
Michael Barnier and David Davis have outlined the latest step in the Brexit negotiations in Brussels.
By Caitríona Morrissey on 19 March 2018
First NIIAS members meet 55 years after foundation
A reception was held for the foundation members of the Northern Ireland Institute of Agricultural Science at Stormont on Friday.
By Peter McCann on 18 March 2018
Irish farmers completely exposed unless there is some real action to solve relationship with the UK after Brexit.
By Phelim O'Neill on 17 March 2018
In February, Kerry Foods announced that it was seeking 31 redundancies due to falling euro-sterling exchange rates after the Brexit vote of 2016.
By Amy Forde on 16 March 2018
UK government’s border proposals are ‘imaginative’
A new report has called on the UK government to do more to clarify the rules, processes and technical measures that will allow the current frictionless border arrangements to continue.
By Amy Forde on 16 March 2018
A meeting will take place between the UK and Irish Ministers for Agriculture on Thursday.
By Odile Evans on 15 March 2018
Minister Creed is embarking on one of the most important visits carried out by any of his colleagues this week with Irish exports to the UK the top priority.
By Justin McCarthy on 15 March 2018
Bord Bia opens Insight Centre in London
A new Insight Centre, similar to Bord Bia's Thinking House, is being opened in London today.
By Odile Evans on 19 March 2018
Doyle heads to Vietnam to increase market access for beef
Minister of State with the Department of Agriculture, Andrew Doyle, is off to Vietnam for St Patrick's day.
By Odile Evans on 14 March 2018
Employees at Kerry Foods in Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan, voted to hold three 24-hour stoppages over issues with potential redundancy packages. However today's protest was suspended.
By Odile Evans on 13 March 2018
Creed in UK for trade mission-like St Patrick's Day visit
Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed will be in London for the rest of this week, with multiple agri-food trade and Brexit meetings on the agenda.
By Thomas Hubert on 12 March 2018
Philip Lane, governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, outlines his view of the Irish economy to Lorcan Allen.
By Lorcan Allen on 15 March 2018
The move by US President Donald Trump to introduce a tariff on steel even with countries that he has a trade deal with could lead to wider trade wars.
By Phelim O'Neill on 10 March 2018
EU Budget Commissioner tells PAC that there is huge pressure for some cut in the CAP but indicates that the worst case scenario of 30% is unlikely.
By Phelim O'Neill on 10 March 2018
The recent move by the US President on tariffs on steel imports could be the start of a damaging period for global trading relationships and add to Brexit problem.
By Phelim O'Neill on 10 March 2018
The international economic organisation has forecast a 20% drop in agri-food exports and rising rural poverty if the UK exits the EU without a trade agreement.
By Thomas Hubert on 08 March 2018
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