The EIT Food Seedbed Pre-Accelerator Programme supports aspiring entrepreneurs to determine whether there is a market for products or services that utilise innovative agri-food technologies. This multi-location pre-accelerator programme will train an
“Farmers in Ireland's midlands plan to commence the main harvest this week,” according to Bobby Miller, chairperson of the Irish Grain Growers Group (IGGG). As hot temperatures and the prolonged dry period continues to pose serious challenges for cro
Mash Direct have announced their products with be available in the US for the first time this week. The Comber-based firm will be selling eight of their products in Key Food supermarkets throughout New York, Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Northern Ireland’s agri-food industry today received a major boost as pork exports to Australia officially got the green light with full health certification from the Australian government.
Ireland's largest bagged salad producer Willowbrook Foods has opened a new £700,000 production facility in Co Down. The fresh foods producer has developed a state-of-the-art production facility in Newtownards.
The U.K. government will extend its Brexit transition regime to help farmers cope with the loss of European Union subsidies when the country leaves the bloc in 2019 in a move that will add billions of pounds to the cost of the split.
The strategic partnership and acquisition agreement announced in May 2017 by Dawn Meats and Dunbia has been completed, with all relevant regulatory clearances approved.
A report commissioned by the Livestock and Meat Commission has found that if the UK fails to agree a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU and has to instead revert to World Trade Organization trading conditions, Northern Ireland beef and sheep meat out
Co. Armagh based meat supplier, Eurostock Foods, which has recently been rebranded as Bawnbua Foods, has today announced new contract wins worth in excess of €11.75m. Over the last three years, Bawnbua Foods has invested €2.35m in its business and pl
Bord Bia has no definitive Brexit plan for Ireland’s agri-food sector, according to the organisation’s new chief executive Tara McCarthy.
“That’s because we do not know what the other party wants from the negotiations. But we do have lots of continge
Northern Ireland food will reach another 1,000 supermarkets in Great Britain as two firms announce mega-deals worth around £1m each for their gluten-free lines. The contracts for Mash Direct in Comber and Scott's Bakery in Fivemiletown, which employ
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