The chocolate company says its first Irish outlet has ‘surpassed expectations’.
Lisdoonvarna’s Wild Honey Inn won the coveted accolade last year.
The drink is selling well in off-licences – but pubs are a challenge.
The €3.3 million development is due to be completed by the end of the year.
The food-delivery company predicts the change will mean 50% more eateries on its service in Ireland.
Gerry Conlon’s proposals for Dame Street were rejected by the council last month.
The company will open six new stores, starting with a flagship outlet in Belfast.
Over €10 million will be available exclusively to distilleries and businesses in the sector.
Dairy promoters have blamed social media ‘influencers’ for pushing people to plant-based milk substitutes.
Oscar Wilde Water will create up to 100 new jobs at the facility in Borrisoleigh.
The plans for the Harcourt Street venue were proposed by the couple behind the Nurse On Call agency.
But its founder says his business ‘isn’t going anywhere’ and plans to expand.
The owners of the St Stephen’s Green property want to turn the unit into retail space.
The Guinness Storehouse’s boss has been lobbying government ministers to change the proposals.
When he got bored of his job, Niall Moloney decided to quit to develop a range of frozen yogurts.
Stephen Flynn says that the twins are prioritising family and food over expanding their business.
The supermarket chain yesterday announced plans to close over 100 UK-based stores.
The Cork-based Musgrave group has set out a vision for convenience retail in 2025.
Bord Bia has identified the Asian nation as a ‘priority market’ for cheddar exports.
The government’s alcohol Bill includes mandatory health warnings covering one-third of drinks labels.