Agri-Business

Meetings under way to reconstruct sugar beet industry

Meetings under way to reconstruct sugar beet industry

Sugar beet meetings with the Department of Agriculture are under way with the view to re-construction of the beet industry. However,...

August 13, 2013

All things Tullamore Show

All things Tullamore Show

More than 61,000 people attended The Tullamore Show making the show its best yet, with talk of a two-day event next year....

August 12, 2013

AgriLand top stories this week

AgriLand top stories this week

Here’s our roundup of the top stories the past week, a good weekend read  All things great: Minister congratulates Irish star...

August 10, 2013

From small potatoes

From small potatoes

In Focus: AgriLand talks to Tom Keogh, general manager of agri-food firm Keogh’s about the company’s meteoric success. North County...

August 9, 2013

Kerry Group and the China challenge

Kerry Group and the China challenge

Kerry Group plans to continue its strong foothold in the Chinese market by progressively introducing all its food technologies. This...

August 9, 2013

Tesco merges 131 stores with Chinese hypermarket

Tesco merges 131 stores with Chinese hypermarket

Tesco, one of the biggest retailers in the UK and Ireland, is set to merge its 131 stores in China with the...

August 9, 2013

Limited opportunity from NZ dairy scare, Kerry Group

Limited opportunity from NZ dairy scare, Kerry Group

Any opportunities in Kerry Group key growth market of China from a contamination scare would only be temporary, the agri-business giant...

August 8, 2013

Ships denied go-ahead to carry live cattle exports

Ships denied go-ahead to carry live cattle exports

Four cargo ships were recently denied approval to carry live cattle exports following an inspection. The availability of cargo ships...

August 8, 2013

Kerry Group revenue jumps to €2.9bn

Kerry Group revenue jumps to €2.9bn

Kerry Group  the global ingredients and flavours and consumer foods group, has reported a solid financial performance for the half...

August 8, 2013

56% of SFP applications for 2013 all online

56% of SFP applications for 2013 all online

Ireland’s Department of Agriculture is to make maximum use of next-generation technologies in information and communications to better enhance its...

August 7, 2013

Moscow, China agri diplomatic presence secured

Moscow, China agri diplomatic presence secured

An update on the expansion of diplomatic presence in emerging markets and the establishment of two new agriculture attaché posts...

August 7, 2013

AgriAware Day a showcase of modern farming

AgriAware Day a showcase of modern farming

Agri Aware Day at the Family Farm in Dublin Zoo last Sunday provided an opportunity for visitors of all ages,...

August 7, 2013

Marks & Spencer closes four stores

Marks & Spencer closes four stores

Marks & Spencer is to cut 180 redundancies with the closure of four stores across Ireland, it was announced this morning....

August 7, 2013

China puts Fonterra on notice

China puts Fonterra on notice

China will not tolerate another slip-up from Fonterra, with the dairy giant caught up in its third contamination scare there since...

August 6, 2013

Check out all options for rural broadband in your area

Check out all options for rural broadband in your area

IrelandOffline has launched a broadband availability portal this morning, entitled ‘Can I get broadband’. The protal shows what broadband options are available...

August 6, 2013

Dairymaster, Ireland’s causeway giant to the world

Dairymaster, Ireland’s causeway giant to the world

 The Big Interview: Dr Edmund Harty, CEO and technical director Dairymaster ‘In Ireland we have the best farmers in the...

August 5, 2013

AgriLand’s top stories this week

AgriLand’s top stories this week

Here’s our roundup of the top stories the past week on Agriland , a good weekend read All things rural: Full...

August 5, 2013

Horsemeat scandal hurt Dawn

Horsemeat scandal hurt Dawn

UPDATE: Junior Minister in the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Tom Hayes, has expressed his disappointment with the...

August 2, 2013