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Consumer

Despite high rate of price inflation, UK supermarkets have reported healthy sales growth for the important Christmas period.
By Lorcan Allen on 18 January 2018
Adam Woods takes a look at what needs to happen to the Irish beef industry in 2018 to leave more money in primary producers' pockets.
By Adam Woods on 04 January 2018
The Young Beef Farmer Sustainability Programme, supported by Dawn Meats, has reached the halfway mark and we asked some participants to reflect on their learnings so far.
By Contributor on 21 December 2017
A new year, a fresh start. You don’t need to make ridiculous resolutions with regard to your finances, but a few small jobs could see you starting the year on a good footing, writes Ciara Leahy
By Ciara Leahy on 04 January 2018
More than 300 Irish food and drink industry leaders gathered in the RDS recently as Bord Bia hosted it’s Food and Drink Industry Awards.
By Anthony Jordan on 07 December 2017
Scottish editor John Sleigh has his take on the bit issues of the week.
By John Sleigh on 23 November 2017
GIY founder Michael Kelly on the importance of counting “food miles” as consumers.
By Contributor on 30 November 2017
Starting college and looking for the perfect laptop to help you ace your academic life? Ciara Leahy looks at laptops to suit everyone from the budget- friendly to the tech-savvy.
By Ciara Leahy on 14 September 2017
With such a large selection of stands, it can be hard to decide where to go. Anne O’Donoghue details her top picks to guide you through the Ploughing.
By Ciara Leahy on 14 September 2017
Irish health & wellness start-up M&J Nutrition has secured a €200,000 retail listing with SuperValu which extends their coveted ProU Yoghurt throughout Ireland.
By Alison Sinnott on 13 July 2017
Farming is not always about hard facts, sometimes a listening ear is just as important, writes Ronan Delany.
By Ronan Delany on 10 June 2017
Your current account is one of the important services offered to you by your bank but is it really offering you value for money? Barry Cassidy looks at how to find the best deal.
By Barry Cassidy on 01 June 2017
Aidan Connolly presented the idea of the prosumer to the ASA annual conference in Kilkenny on Friday. But who is the prosumer and what do they want from Irish farmers?
By Odile Evans on 09 September 2016
Looking to buy a 152 car or upgrade to a secondhand model? Ciara Leahy reports on why you need to research your car finance agreement before signing on the dotted line.
By Ciara Leahy on 04 June 2015
As the Government at last prepares to select a provate operator to roll out broadband to rural areas, Thomas Hubert explores the challenges of getting online.
By Thomas Hubert on 14 May 2015
Bord Bia and Compass Group have partnered up to provide a programme that looks to help small and medium-sized Irish companies, writes Evelyn Garland
By Farmers Journal on 09 April 2015
Irish Country Living preview
This week we're talking about saving money on your electricity bill, back pain and the best things about North County Kerry.
By Klara Heron on 19 November 2014
Farmer writes: The key to sustainability is profit
Sustainability needs to deliver profit for farmers and retailers, says Harold Kingston.
By Harold Kingston on 12 September 2014
As it continues to restructure its consumer foods division, Kerry Group sells its chilled savoury pastry business to Pork Farms.
By Eoin Lowry on 11 September 2014
Alan Renwick, Professor of Agriculture and Food Economics at UCD, looks at the issue of the regulation of supermarket power.
By Contributor on 04 September 2014
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