There won’t be a pint pulled in Newmarket on 30 March.
The Kilkenny-headquartered food giant acquired US nutrition firm Amazing Grass in 2017.
Industry officials say Irish food firms need 5,000 new chefs a year to meet demand.
C&C’s distribution deal with the Pabst Brewing Company has come to an end.
The fruit group’s CEO Caroline Keeling has been busy writing to ministers.
Barry Kerrigan talks about the highs and lows of working in his family’s butcher business.
A new AIB report looked at the state of the Irish pub sector and made some predictions for 2018.
The outlet will anchor a new development at Ireland’s biggest shopping centre.
Many craft drinks producers say sweeteners offered by big companies are locking them out.
The local council refused permission over fears the development would ‘scar’ the landscape.
Heineken has already been accused of using its clout to squeeze out rivals.
Manager Paul Stenson is currently in the midst of a spat with a blogger.
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Biomarine Ingredients Ireland.
The firm is run by mother-daughter pairing Yasmin and Maxine Hyde.
Galway-based accelerator Yield Lab will put €100,000 into the winning entrants.
The firm’s Hull branch made chilled desserts for supermarket Marks and Spencer.
EU rules will be rolled out in April to clamp down on acrylamide, which is found in chips.
The Dáil has passed legislation that will permit the sale of alcohol.
The Galway-founded company is looking for 400 new staff.
Coffeeangel’s Karl Purdy shares some words of wisdom for people starting a coffee business.