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#food and drink

# food-and-drink - Today’s News

From Business ETC A Romanian salad-bar chain is taking on Chopped with an Irish expansion Food And Drink

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.

# food-and-drink - Yesterday’s News

From Business ETC Here's what we know so far about Europe's 'cars for cheese' deal with Japan Policy And Economy

Here's what we know so far about Europe's 'cars for cheese' deal with Japan

The ‘landmark’ agreement promises to reduce several trade barriers between the regions.

From Business ETC Beef baron Larry Goodman's firm has struck a deal to sell beef online in China Food And Drink

Beef baron Larry Goodman's firm has struck a deal to sell beef online in China

Louth-based ABP has signed an agreement to supply business-to-consumer retailer JD.com.

# food-and-drink - Monday 16 July, 2018

From Business ETC Poll: Should restaurants be obliged to give free tap water to everyone? Food And Drink This post contains a poll

Poll: Should restaurants be obliged to give free tap water to everyone?

Businesses are railing against a proposal that says they should provide drinks to non-customers.

From Business ETC Glanbia is planning to build a €130m mozzarella factory in Portlaoise Food And Drink

Glanbia is planning to build a €130m mozzarella factory in Portlaoise

The food giant wants to hire 78 staff for the plant, which is expected to be up and running by 2020.

# food-and-drink - Sunday 15 July, 2018

From Business ETC 'It'll be way bigger than we anticipated': The rise of non-alcoholic beer in Ireland Food And Drink

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

'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 - Thursday 12 July, 2018

'You have to remember that Dragons' Den is a TV programme - and there's real life after that'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile snack food company Nutmost.

The biggest Domino's operator in Ireland sold nearly €50m worth of pizzas last year

The Caldwells’ Tallaght outlet is one of the pizza chain’s busiest stores worldwide.

'Big brands with pseudo craft beers put pressure on us': This Galway brewer is being liquidated

The Independent Brewing Company of Ireland was set up in 2012.

# food-and-drink - Monday 9 July, 2018

From Business ETC The biggest Domino's operator in Ireland sold nearly €50m worth of pizzas last year Food And Drink

The biggest Domino's operator in Ireland sold nearly €50m worth of pizzas last year

The Caldwells’ Tallaght outlet is one of the pizza chain’s busiest stores worldwide.

# food-and-drink - Saturday 7 July, 2018

From Business ETC 'Big brands with pseudo craft beers put pressure on us': This Galway brewer is being liquidated Food And Drink

'Big brands with pseudo craft beers put pressure on us': This Galway brewer is being liquidated

The Independent Brewing Company of Ireland was set up in 2012.

The head of Dublin’s newest distillery thinks half of whiskey ventures won't survive the next decade

There are expected to be more than 30 whiskey distilleries in Ireland by 2020.

# food-and-drink - Friday 6 July, 2018

From Business ETC 'People might think you're flying, but it's just perception. I'm not buying a Lamborghini yet' Insights And Opinion

'People might think you're flying, but it's just perception. I'm not buying a Lamborghini yet'

When she lost her fashion store to the recession, Irene Queally swore she’d never run a business again.

From Business ETC A small Irish whiskey brand has accused Jameson's maker of 'abusing its dominant position' Food And Drink

A small Irish whiskey brand has accused Jameson's maker of 'abusing its dominant position'

The Wild Geese brand wants a court order that would require Irish Distillers to supply them with whiskey.

# food-and-drink - Thursday 5 July, 2018

From Business ETC 'You have to remember that Dragons' Den is a TV programme - and there's real life after that' Food And Drink

'You have to remember that Dragons' Den is a TV programme - and there's real life after that'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile snack food company Nutmost.

The head of Dublin’s newest distillery thinks half of whiskey ventures won't survive the next decade

There are expected to be more than 30 whiskey distilleries in Ireland by 2020.

Dublin Airport wants someone to operate a multimillion-euro suite of food and drink outlets

The portfolio includes cafés near US pre-clearance and various ‘grab and go’ units dotted around the hub.

From Business ETC The heatwave has helped put an end to Bulmers' sliding cider sales Food And Drink

The heatwave has helped put an end to Bulmers' sliding cider sales

The company behind the cider brand says World Cup fever has also boosted trade.

# food-and-drink - Wednesday 4 July, 2018

From Business ETC Despite posting record sales, Flahavan's fears Brexit fallout Food And Drink

Despite posting record sales, Flahavan's fears Brexit fallout

Turnover at the Waterford-based oat company topped €20 million last year.

# food-and-drink - Sunday 1 July, 2018

‘A lot of people would have said I was mad, but it seems to be going from strength to strength’

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Macroom Buffalo Mozzarella.

# food-and-drink - Saturday 30 June, 2018

From Business ETC The head of Dublin’s newest distillery thinks half of whiskey ventures won't survive the next decade Food And Drink

The head of Dublin’s newest distillery thinks half of whiskey ventures won't survive the next decade

There are expected to be more than 30 whiskey distilleries in Ireland by 2020.

# food-and-drink - Friday 29 June, 2018

From Business ETC Dublin Airport wants someone to operate a multimillion-euro suite of food and drink outlets Food And Drink

Dublin Airport wants someone to operate a multimillion-euro suite of food and drink outlets

The portfolio includes cafés near US pre-clearance and various ‘grab and go’ units dotted around the hub.

# food-and-drink - Thursday 28 June, 2018

From Business ETC 'Things come out of the blue and suddenly everything is chaotic - like foot and mouth' Food And Drink

'Things come out of the blue and suddenly everything is chaotic - like foot and mouth'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Silver Pail Dairy.

‘A lot of people would have said I was mad, but it seems to be going from strength to strength’

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Macroom Buffalo Mozzarella.

'I had to change job three times in six months when Uber came to London – I needed to leave'

After losing his job in the cab industry, Nik Mehta moved to Ireland and now runs a nut store in Dublin.

The brothers behind a Drumshanbo craft brewery have had their Dublin pub plans knocked back

The council has blocked Carrig Brewing Company’s bid to expand its city centre joint Bar Rua.

# food-and-drink - Tuesday 26 June, 2018

From Business ETC 'I didn't always deal with problems quickly enough - if you don't, it all goes pear-shaped' Food And Drink

'I didn't always deal with problems quickly enough - if you don't, it all goes pear-shaped'

The Shed Distillery’s Pat Rigney also talks about Ireland’s unsung entrepreneurs.

# food-and-drink - Monday 25 June, 2018

From Business ETC There is now a craft brewery in every single county Food And Drink

There is now a craft brewery in every single county

Cork is leading the way with 10 facilities based in the region.

# food-and-drink - Sunday 24 June, 2018

From Business ETC ‘We’re assuming the worst’: How Ireland’s food firms are prepping for Brexit Food And Drink

‘We’re assuming the worst’: How Ireland’s food firms are prepping for Brexit

From cookies to chicken, Irish companies see both challenges and opportunities on the horizon.

From Business ETC How to take a food product idea from your kitchen table to the supermarket shelf Retail And Services

How to take a food product idea from your kitchen table to the supermarket shelf

You might make a mean strawberry jam, but it’s a big leap to start producing it for consumers.

The owner of Ireland's only Michelin-star inn thinks food could save the rural pub

Lisdoonvarna’s Wild Honey Inn won the coveted accolade last year.

# food-and-drink - Saturday 23 June, 2018

What Bulmers is doing to reverse its slipping Irish cider sales

The drink is selling well in off-licences – but pubs are a challenge.

From Business ETC Here's what's stopping craft cider from becoming the new craft beer Food And Drink

Here's what's stopping craft cider from becoming the new craft beer

Although there’s scope for the fledgling industry to take flight, some obstacles stand in the way.

From Business ETC The brothers behind a Drumshanbo craft brewery have had their Dublin pub plans knocked back Building And Property

The brothers behind a Drumshanbo craft brewery have had their Dublin pub plans knocked back

The council has blocked Carrig Brewing Company’s bid to expand its city centre joint Bar Rua.

# food-and-drink - Friday 22 June, 2018

From Business ETC 'I had to change job three times in six months when Uber came to London – I needed to leave' Insights And Opinion

'I had to change job three times in six months when Uber came to London – I needed to leave'

After losing his job in the cab industry, Nik Mehta moved to Ireland and now runs a nut store in Dublin.

# food-and-drink - Thursday 21 June, 2018

From Business ETC ‘A lot of people would have said I was mad, but it seems to be going from strength to strength’ Food And Drink

‘A lot of people would have said I was mad, but it seems to be going from strength to strength’

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Macroom Buffalo Mozzarella.

After its Dundrum launch Hotel Chocolat has plans for 'quite a few' more stores

The chocolate company says its first Irish outlet has ‘surpassed expectations’.

The owner of Ireland's only Michelin-star inn thinks food could save the rural pub

Lisdoonvarna’s Wild Honey Inn won the coveted accolade last year.

What Bulmers is doing to reverse its slipping cider sales

The drink is selling well in off-licences – but pubs are a challenge.

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