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#agribusiness

# agribusiness - Sunday 16 April, 2017

From Business ETC Food fraud or fair play? The murky business of supermarkets selling 'Irish' seafood Food And Drink

Food fraud or fair play? The murky business of supermarkets selling 'Irish' seafood

The major chains have adopted similar approaches in marketing fish sourced from abroad.

# agribusiness - Tuesday 11 April, 2017

From Business ETC Will cheddar cheese be Ireland's Brexit canary in the coalmine? Opinion

Will cheddar cheese be Ireland's Brexit canary in the coalmine?

Exports of the product have already plunged after the EU-exit vote.

# agribusiness - Sunday 9 April, 2017

'The system is a joke': A quarter of Irish fishing vessels caught with illegal workers

A scheme was brought in last year to protect foreign staff – but there are claims that exploitation is still rife.

From Business ETC 'The system is a joke': A quarter of Irish fishing vessels caught with illegal workers Agribusiness

'The system is a joke': A quarter of Irish fishing vessels caught with illegal workers

A scheme was brought in last year to protect foreign staff – but there are claims that exploitation is still rife.

# agribusiness - Thursday 6 April, 2017

'Our competition isn't other racecourses, it's shopping centres'

Naas Racecourse is pumping €3.5 million into a ’boutique’ redevelopment of the venue.

# agribusiness - Saturday 1 April, 2017

From Business ETC 'Our competition isn't other racecourses, it's shopping centres' Agribusiness

'Our competition isn't other racecourses, it's shopping centres'

Naas Racecourse is pumping €3.5 million into a ’boutique’ redevelopment of the venue.

# agribusiness - Saturday 25 March, 2017

The 60-year-old company buying Ireland's best horses for Chinese billionaires

BBA Ireland helps well-heeled buyers around the world find the top racing talent.

From Business ETC The 60-year-old company buying Ireland's best horses for Chinese billionaires Agribusiness

The 60-year-old company buying Ireland's best horses for Chinese billionaires

BBA Ireland helps well-heeled buyers around the world find the top racing talent.

From Business ETC The story behind the Irish organic dairy company that's selling cheese to the French Agribusiness

The story behind the Irish organic dairy company that's selling cheese to the French

Waterford-based co-op the Little Milk Company exports to 17 countries worldwide.

# agribusiness - Monday 20 March, 2017

Irish farmers want an EU ban on Brazilian meat after the country's tainted-food scandal

A two-year probe has led to allegations that exporters sold unfit products.

From Business ETC Irish farmers want an EU ban on Brazilian meat after the country's tainted-food scandal Agribusiness

Irish farmers want an EU ban on Brazilian meat after the country's tainted-food scandal

A two-year probe has led to allegations that exporters sold unfit products.

# agribusiness - Friday 17 March, 2017

The business behind the one-day-a-year shamrock industry

Ireland’s national plant is shipped all over the world for St Patrick’s Day.

From Business ETC The business behind the one-day-a-year shamrock industry Agribusiness

The business behind the one-day-a-year shamrock industry

Ireland’s national plant is shipped all over the world for St Patrick’s Day.

# agribusiness - Wednesday 8 March, 2017

Why thousands of Irish chickens could soon be stripped of their free-range status

Next Friday is D-Day for the designation, which applies to nearly half of all local eggs.

From Business ETC Why thousands of Irish chickens could soon be stripped of their free-range status Agribusiness

Why thousands of Irish chickens could soon be stripped of their free-range status

Next Friday is D-Day for the designation, which applies to nearly half of all local eggs.

# agribusiness - Sunday 26 February, 2017

One of Ireland's biggest companies is selling a chunk of the business behind Avonmore milk

Glanbia plans to sell a 60% stake in its dairy division for €112 million.

# agribusiness - Friday 24 February, 2017

Food processor Dawn Farms will pump €25m into its 'meat innovation' hub in Naas

The innovation centre designs products for restaurant chains and food manufacturers.

From Business ETC Food processor Dawn Farms will pump €25m into its 'meat innovation' hub in Naas Food And Drink

Food processor Dawn Farms will pump €25m into its 'meat innovation' hub in Naas

The innovation centre designs products for restaurant chains and food manufacturers.

# agribusiness - Wednesday 22 February, 2017

From Business ETC One of Ireland's biggest companies is selling a chunk of the business behind Avonmore milk Agribusiness

One of Ireland's biggest companies is selling a chunk of the business behind Avonmore milk

Glanbia plans to sell a 60% stake in its dairy division for €112m.

# agribusiness - Sunday 19 February, 2017

From Business ETC 'Put down your phone and chat': What food producers should do to make it at the markets Food And Drink

'Put down your phone and chat': What food producers should do to make it at the markets

Many of Ireland’s most successful food businesses have cut their teeth at weekend stalls.

The highs and lows of Fyffes' 30-year journey from a Dundalk grocers to a €750m Japanese exit

The fruit firm’s sale was given its final clearance this week.

# agribusiness - Thursday 16 February, 2017

From Business ETC The highs and lows of Fyffes' 30-year journey from a Dundalk grocers to a €750m Japanese exit Food And Drink

The highs and lows of Fyffes' 30-year journey from a Dundalk grocers to a €750m Japanese exit

The fruit firm’s sale was given its final clearance today.

# agribusiness - Saturday 11 February, 2017

A Limerick firm that turns chicken manure into energy has signed a deal worth millions

BHSL expects to have €7 million before March to fund its expansion.

From Business ETC The Limerick firm turning chicken manure into energy has sealed millions from investors Agribusiness

The Limerick firm turning chicken manure into energy has sealed millions from investors

BHSL expects to have €7 million before March to fund its expansion.

# agribusiness - Friday 3 February, 2017

From Business ETC SuperValu has scrapped a 'free veg' promotion that outraged farmers Retail

SuperValu has scrapped a 'free veg' promotion that outraged farmers

The IFA had accused the retailer of acting ‘unethically’.

# agribusiness - Sunday 29 January, 2017

One of Ireland's biggest mushroom farms has bought a major rival - all because of Brexit

Wexford’s Walsh Mushrooms took over Tipperary’s Golden Mushrooms as they battle a weak pound.

# agribusiness - Thursday 26 January, 2017

One of Ireland's biggest mushroom farms has bought a major rival - all because of Brexit

Wexford’s Walsh Mushrooms took over Tipperary’s Golden Mushrooms as they battle a weak pound.

# agribusiness - Wednesday 25 January, 2017

From Business ETC One of Ireland's biggest mushroom farms has bought a major rival - all because of Brexit Food And Drink

One of Ireland's biggest mushroom farms has bought a major rival - all because of Brexit

Wexford’s Walsh Mushrooms took over Tipperary’s Golden Mushrooms as they battle a weak pound.

# agribusiness - Wednesday 18 January, 2017

From Business ETC Tillage farmers call for 'humanitarian' relief after the loss of entire crops in dire harvest Agribusiness

Tillage farmers call for 'humanitarian' relief after the loss of entire crops in dire harvest

The government plans a low-interest loan scheme, but many farmers are already struggling under debt.

# agribusiness - Wednesday 11 January, 2017

From Business ETC 'If it wasn't Brexit, it would be something else' Agribusiness

'If it wasn't Brexit, it would be something else'

Agriculture minister Michael Creed said food producers are always reacting to some challenge.

# agribusiness - Sunday 8 January, 2017

From Business ETC 'I always wanted to set up a business, but I couldn't take any risks when my kids were young' Startups

'I always wanted to set up a business, but I couldn't take any risks when my kids were young'

Why an increasing number of people are starting new companies later in life.

Why 2017 could be a make-or-break year for the bloodstock industry

Between Brexit and potential overproduction, the Irish racehorse sector is set for turbulence.

Cricket powder and getting over the 'gross factor' - the unlikely business of edible insects

Lara Hanlon, founder of Éntomo, wants to see Ireland cultivate an entomophagy industry.

# agribusiness - Saturday 7 January, 2017

From Business ETC Cricket powder and getting over the 'gross factor' - the unlikely business of edible insects Food And Drink

Cricket powder and getting over the 'gross factor' - the unlikely business of edible insects

Lara Hanlon, founder of Éntomo, wants to see Ireland cultivate an entomophagy industry.

# agribusiness - Thursday 5 January, 2017

Egypt reopens its beef market to Irish farmers ending 17-year ban

Five firms have got the green light to export to the major consumer market.

From Business ETC After a 17-year ban, Egypt has reopened its beef market to Irish farmers Agribusiness

After a 17-year ban, Egypt has reopened its beef market to Irish farmers

Five firms have got the green light to export to the major consumer market.

# agribusiness - Monday 2 January, 2017

From Business ETC Why 2017 could be a make-or-break year for the bloodstock industry Agribusiness

Why 2017 could be a make-or-break year for the bloodstock industry

Between Brexit and potential overproduction, the Irish racehorse sector is set for turbulence.

# agribusiness - Monday 19 December, 2016

Irish farmers have slammed supermarkets for selling cheap potatoes

The farming body said promotions on potatoes during Christmas has a big impact on the industry.

From Business ETC Irish farmers have slammed supermarkets for selling cheap potatoes Agribusiness

Irish farmers have slammed supermarkets for selling cheap potatoes

The farming body said promotions on potatoes during Christmas has a big impact on the industry.

# agribusiness - Sunday 11 December, 2016

From Business ETC A Kenmare seafood firm may rebrand for the US - because its name is slang for cannabis Agribusiness

A Kenmare seafood firm may rebrand for the US - because its name is slang for cannabis

Kerry’s Kush Shellfish finds itself in an unusual position as it expands outside Europe.