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One of Ireland’s leading wholesale suppliers to the foodservice, retail, and SME businesses has invested €1.7 million in upgrading its Galway branch.
The grocery sector has been undergoing significant change in recent years. Apart from the challenging economic environment that has no doubt put considerable pressure on consumer spending and food retail, there has also been a significant change in the structure of the grocery sector in terms of participants. While the German chains gained a significant foothold, community based owner-operated local grocery, convenience shops, and supermarkets are correctly regarded as the economic and social mainstay of rural towns and villages and as such play an important role in larger urban areas. Locally owned grocery and convenience shops are a key part of the social fabric of Irish communities, and make a strong social and economic contribution to communities and economies, much more so than foreign owned multiples.
McCambridge’s on Shop Street in Galway City is a name that is synonymous with Galway and great food in the west. One of Galway’s busiest deli counters is making life that little bit easier for customers with the launching of their new app. The McCambridge’s App allows customers to pre-order and pay for their soup and or sandwiches and then simply pop in store to collect. It also offers an extensive range of accompaniments such as drinks and fruit etc.
The Retail Grocery Dairy & Allied Trades Association, RGDATA, has claimed that local authorities in Ireland need to up their game when it comes to preventing the decline of Irish town and village centres.
Aldi Stores (Ireland) has this morning (Thursday) opened a new superstore in Oranmore — at New Town Centre.
The future of a Co Galway supermarket has been secured with the announcement that a local supermarket chain will take over the business, keeping doors open and saving local jobs.
SuperValu, the leading Irish grocery retailer, sells more Bord Bia approved meat than any other retailer, according to the latest Kantar Market Data. The figures show that SuperValu outperformed all competitors, selling over 41,000 tonnes of Irish sourced Bord Bia approved fresh meat in the 52 weeks to June 22.
A family-run retailer in Mullingar is seeking to stop further expansion of a rival supermarket chain by appealing the permission granted to Aldi for its second store in the town.
It is an exciting week for the town of Headford as the new-look Joyce’s Supermarket opens its doors for the first time tomorrow at 11am.
Making our money go further is everyone’s aim in these straitened times. With less cash in our pockets and more demands on our finances it makes more sense than ever to get the best value when we shop.