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The Dealer thoroughly enjoyed the third season of the RTÉ series and a glimpse into the Waterford farm of the O'Sullivan family.
By The Dealer on 19 April 2018
Reaction: Unfair trading practices legislation a step in the right direction
European Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan presented a proposal for a directive to tackle unfair trading practices on Thursday.
By Odile Evans on 13 April 2018
Bord Bia releases survey of Irish supermarkets
The survey focused on retailers who display the quality assured mark on their meat products.
By Michael Keaveny on 26 March 2018
EU Commissioner for Agriculture about to publish his proposals for tackling the weak position of farmers in the food industry supply chain.
By Phelim O'Neill on 24 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
The past week has been a stark reminder of the vulnerability of the food supply chain. Eoin Lowry asks is this the price of a cheap food policy?
By Eoin Lowry on 08 March 2018
Bread production more than doubles to meet Storm Emma demand
Lorcan Allen speaks to Michael McCambridge, managing director of McCambridge bakery, about the unprecedented spike in demand for bread this week.
By Lorcan Allen on 02 March 2018
73% of shoppers willing to pay a premium to buy Irish
The survey focused on retailers displaying the quality assured mark on their meat products.
By Michael Keaveny on 21 February 2018
Ian Proudfood, global head of agribusiness with KPMG, outlines the threats and opportunities facing New Zealand’s agri food sector to Lorcan Allen.
By Lorcan Allen on 22 February 2018
Ciaran Fitzgerald asks should it be left to the CAP to do more to make up for dysfunctional market forces in the grocery retail trade.
By Contributor on 15 February 2018
Consumer price inflation in the UK remains at the same level as December and could signal an interest rate rise.
By Eoin Lowry on 15 February 2018
Economist Ciaran Fitzgerald highlights why farmers and food processors should be concerned with supermarket dominance.
By Contributor on 08 February 2018
Protesting French farmers have offloaded produce and waste outside supermarkets and blocked roads .
By Thomas Hubert on 02 February 2018
As Europe enters a series of key negotiations on the future of CAP and legislation to restore fairness along the food processing chain, one heavyweight player at the table is in a state of flux.
By Thomas Hubert on 25 January 2018
The comments come following concerns that were brought to the National Beef Association (NBA) by consumers over the lack of British beef available in Tesco supermarkets over the festive period.
By Barry Cassidy on 18 January 2018
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
An annual Bord Bia retail audit has found that the amount of Quality Assured meat on shop shelves, in certain categories, fell in 2017.
By Amy Forde on 11 January 2018
Lidl's Irish boss, John Paul Scally outlined the German discounter’s future plans to grow its business with Eoin Lowry.
By Eoin Lowry on 21 December 2017
This week, GIY founder Michael Kelly asks us to give thanks to the dedicated growers who put the veg on our Christmas tables.
By Contributor on 21 December 2017
EU Commissionerfor Agriculture Phil Hogan aims to tackle the imbalance of power and unfair trading practices in the food industry.
By Phelim O'Neill on 25 November 2017
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