Circular economy legislation will also promote use of CCTV to combat fly tipping. A 20c levy on disposable coffee cups is expected to come into effect by the fourth quarter of this year, according to Minister of State at the Department of the Environment Ossian Smyth.
Levies against a range of single-use items will be charged under legislation approved by cabinet on Tuesday. The law will also see the increased use of CCTV to combat fly tipping, among other environmental measures.
On 20th April 2022, Bord Bia will host a Consumer Insights Lunch & Learn Webinar where David Cullen of Opinions research agency will present hot off the press insights from the second omnibus wave of our Irish consumer foodservice findings.
He will also delighted to be joined by Laura Arnold, Head of Marketing & PR with Press Up Hospitality Group. Laura will share Press Up’s story on recent developments at the coal face in response to the changing foodservice consumer.
Transatlantic flights have resumed at Shannon Airport for the first time in almost two years, after services were decimated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
A daily Aer Lingus service to Boston took off this afternoon, while the New York service from Shannon resumes tomorrow.
Business in Recovery with Ambitious Growth Objectives.
Dalata Hotel Group plc (‘Dalata’ or the ‘Group’), the largest hotel operator in Ireland, with a growing presence in the United Kingdom and Continental Europe, announces its results for the year ended 31 December 2021.
A Tale of Two Halves: Strong Operating Performance as Pandemic Recedes:
Volatility has picked up from this week as Western governments look to isolate Russia from the global financial system. That causes pain for the Russian government and Russian-based commodity producers. Isolation also, effectively removes Russian-produced commodities from world markets, creating a supply shock.
The commodity markets that Russia impacts the most are oil, natural gas, aluminum, titanium, and wheat.
Play your part in creating careers and future industry leaders for Ireland at Worldskills Ireland 2022
Worldskills Ireland returns this year with new show dates, September 13th-15th 2022. Worldskills Ireland promotes the vast array of careers, skills, apprenticeships and opportunities for young people who are navigating future options following secondary education in Ireland.
Over 12,000 visitors across Ireland attended the highly successful Worldskills Ireland 2019 event. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, no event took place in 2020 or 2021 and because of that, the launch of Worldskills Ireland 2022 is highly anticipated and needed now more than ever.
The UK and Ireland’s foremost sustainable coffee roaster, Matthew Algie, has unveiled a new range of freshly roasted coffees, launched to support the restoration of Scotland’s Rainforest.
The Peak & Wild collection of three distinctive coffees launches at the end of February and becomes the roaster’s first range of climate positive coffees, meaning carbon emissions have been offset twice to have a positive, not a neutral, impact on the planet.
The concept has been developed in support of Matthew Algie’s partnership with The John Muir Trust – a conservation charity dedicated to the protection of wild places.