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#food and drink

# food-and-drink - Yesterday’s News

From Business ETC 'A bitter pill for shareholders': The troubled firm behind Cuisine de France wants to raise €800m Food And Drink

'A bitter pill for shareholders': The troubled firm behind Cuisine de France wants to raise €800m

Bakery firm Aryzta said it needs the funds to pay down debt.

# food-and-drink - Sunday 12 August, 2018

From Business ETC Tour groups 'pulling a fast one' are overrunning Cork's English Market Retail And Services

Tour groups 'pulling a fast one' are overrunning Cork's English Market

Traders in the iconic marketplace have complained that snap-happy visitors are hurting business.

# food-and-drink - Friday 10 August, 2018

From Business ETC This is how much passengers spend in each of Dublin Airport's shops and restaurants Tourism And Transport

This is how much passengers spend in each of Dublin Airport's shops and restaurants

Newsagents WH Smith has higher sales than any other individual retailer with turnover of €23 million.

# food-and-drink - Thursday 9 August, 2018

Meet the man behind the Monaghan farm selling duck to the Chinese

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Silver Hill Farm.

# food-and-drink - Tuesday 7 August, 2018

From Business ETC After bagging €118m in funding, this ag-tech firm is building a Meath research hub Food And Drink

After bagging €118m in funding, this ag-tech firm is building a Meath research hub

Animal feed producer Devenish raised a large tranche of the cash from the European Investment Bank.

# food-and-drink - Monday 6 August, 2018

'There's a risk of being caught up in a trend': The fight for Ireland's salad-bar market

Competition is growing as people swap chicken fillet rolls for chickpeas.

# food-and-drink - Sunday 5 August, 2018

'We've put in effort, money, time': John Teeling won't axe his Louth whiskey warehouse plan - yet

The Great Northern Distillery owner is fighting to keep the €20 million project alive.

From Business ETC 'This will push ethnic restaurants to the wall': New permit rules stoke chef shortage fears Work

'This will push ethnic restaurants to the wall': New permit rules stoke chef shortage fears

The industry says that staff shortages have worsened.

# food-and-drink - Saturday 4 August, 2018

'We need to defend ourselves': Dairy's in-your-face play to woo Irish millennials

The National Dairy Council has taken a ‘provocative’ approach to the rise of plant-based products.

From Business ETC Cork will play host to one of the world's first aquaculture startup accelerators Startups And Tech

Cork will play host to one of the world's first aquaculture startup accelerators

The ‘niche’ Hatch programme is looking for sustainable and innovative ideas in Ireland.

# food-and-drink - Friday 3 August, 2018

Guinness is planning a new gastropub in the lab behind Hop House 13

The Liberties restaurant, with capacity for 200 people, will serve food to accompany a beer-tasting experience.

# food-and-drink - Thursday 2 August, 2018

From Business ETC Meet the man behind the Monaghan farm selling duck to the Chinese Food And Drink

Meet the man behind the Monaghan farm selling duck to the Chinese

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Silver Hill Farm.

‘It’s a challenge trying to sell good products in a market that only cares about price’

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Ashbourne-based Nick’s Fish.

'There's a risk of being caught up in a trend': The fight for Ireland's salad-bar market

Competition is growing as people swap chicken fillet rolls for chickpeas.

'We need to defend ourselves': Dairy's in-your-face play to woo Irish millennials

The National Dairy Council has taken a ‘provocative’ approach to the rise of plant-based products.

'We've put in effort, money, time': John Teeling won't axe his Louth whiskey warehouse plan... yet

The Great Northern Distillery owner is fighting to keep the €20 million project alive.

From Business ETC Guinness is planning a new gastropub in the lab behind Hop House 13 Food And Drink

Guinness is planning a new gastropub in the lab behind Hop House 13

The Liberties restaurant, with capacity for 200 people, will serve food to accompany a beer-tasting experience.

# food-and-drink - Tuesday 31 July, 2018

From Business ETC 'We've put in effort, money, time': John Teeling won't axe his Louth whiskey warehouse plan... yet Food And Drink

'We've put in effort, money, time': John Teeling won't axe his Louth whiskey warehouse plan... yet

The Great Northern Distillery owner is fighting to keep the €20 million project alive.

# food-and-drink - Monday 30 July, 2018

From Business ETC Poll: Do you think restaurants should charge customers who fail to show for a booking? Food And Drink This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think restaurants should charge customers who fail to show for a booking?

A food industry trade group had a run-in with the competition watchdog over the issue.

From Business ETC An Irish meat processor has acquired a UK rival to help Brexit-proof its business Food And Drink

An Irish meat processor has acquired a UK rival to help Brexit-proof its business

Kepak has bought 2 Sisters Red Meat Ltd – which can process 250,000 cattle and a million lambs annually.

# food-and-drink - Sunday 29 July, 2018

From Business ETC 'There's a risk of being caught up in a trend': The fight for Ireland's salad-bar market Food And Drink

'There's a risk of being caught up in a trend': The fight for Ireland's salad-bar market

Competition is growing as people swap chicken fillet rolls for chickpeas.

Jameson's makers want to open a VIP-only hideout in inner-city Dublin

The Capel Street pad will also include a private bedroom for celebrities invited to stay overnight.

From Business ETC 'We need to defend ourselves': Dairy's in-your-face play to woo Irish millennials Food And Drink

'We need to defend ourselves': Dairy's in-your-face play to woo Irish millennials

The National Dairy Council has taken a ‘provocative’ approach to the rise of plant-based products.

# food-and-drink - Saturday 28 July, 2018

From Business ETC How food and drink firms get their brands onto the 'shop window' that is the airline trolley Food And Drink

How food and drink firms get their brands onto the 'shop window' that is the airline trolley

As well as being a revenue stream for producers, in-flight catering is ‘brilliant for branding’.

# food-and-drink - Thursday 26 July, 2018

From Business ETC ‘It’s a challenge trying to sell good products in a market that only cares about price’ Food And Drink

‘It’s a challenge trying to sell good products in a market that only cares about price’

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Ashbourne-based Nick’s Fish.

'People think it's great when you're in 60 shops - but I'm not pulling a massive salary'

Dorene Mallon of The Farmer’s Daughter talks about making it in the food industry.

Jameson's makers want to open a VIP-only hideout in inner-city Dublin

The Capel Street pad will also include a private bedroom for celebrities invited to stay overnight.

Taking 'the fecky stuff' out of food: How Camile's Brody Sweeney plans to conquer London

The Thai chain’s boss takes Fora under his wing for a day in the UK capital.

Kerrygold is being sued in the US over claims its butter doesn't come from grass-fed cows

A Californian citizen has accused Ornua of ‘false, deceptive’ advertising.

From Business ETC Guinness, Hop House 13 and Tanqueray gin are pumping up Diageo's sales Food And Drink

Guinness, Hop House 13 and Tanqueray gin are pumping up Diageo's sales

Profits at the drinks giant were up last year – as was its trade in Ireland.

From Business ETC Kerrygold is being sued over claims its butter doesn't come from grass-fed cows Food And Drink

Kerrygold is being sued over claims its butter doesn't come from grass-fed cows

A Californian citizen has accused Ornua of ‘false, deceptive’ advertising.

# food-and-drink - Wednesday 25 July, 2018

From Business ETC Jameson's makers want to open a VIP-only hideout in inner-city Dublin Food And Drink

Jameson's makers want to open a VIP-only hideout in inner-city Dublin

The Capel Street pad will also include a private bedroom for celebrities invited to stay overnight.

# food-and-drink - Tuesday 24 July, 2018

From Business ETC 'People think it's great when you're in 60 shops - but I'm not pulling a massive salary' Insights And Opinion

'People think it's great when you're in 60 shops - but I'm not pulling a massive salary'

Dorene Mallon of The Farmer’s Daughter talks about making it in the food industry.

# food-and-drink - Sunday 22 July, 2018

From Business ETC ‘Making great food is not enough - you need to be a hustler, an accountant, a toilet cleaner’ Food And Drink

‘Making great food is not enough - you need to be a hustler, an accountant, a toilet cleaner’

Running a food truck brings plenty of challenges – from costs to weather – but that hasn’t stopped vendors.

'Nonsensical': Restaurants are fighting an EU bid to mandate free tap water for all

Trade groups believe a European proposal will unfairly burden businesses.

# food-and-drink - Saturday 21 July, 2018

'It'll be way bigger than we anticipated': The rise of non-alcoholic beer in Ireland

Sales here have traditionally lagged those elsewhere in Europe – but that appears to be changing.

From Business ETC Taking 'the fecky stuff' out of food: How Camile's Brody Sweeney plans to conquer London Food And Drink

Taking 'the fecky stuff' out of food: How Camile's Brody Sweeney plans to conquer London

The Thai chain’s boss takes Fora under his wing for a day in the UK capital.

# food-and-drink - Friday 20 July, 2018

From Business ETC Higher costs took their toll on profits at one of Ireland's biggest food processing firms Food And Drink

Higher costs took their toll on profits at one of Ireland's biggest food processing firms

But turnover soared last year at the Waterford-based Arrow Group, which owns the Dawn brand.

# food-and-drink - Thursday 19 July, 2018

A Romanian salad-bar chain is taking on Chopped with an Irish expansion

Salad Box plans to open 20 locations in Ireland over the next three years.

'Nonsensical': Restaurants are fighting an EU bid to mandate free tap water for all

Trade groups believe a European proposal will unfairly burden businesses.

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