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Joyce Supermarkets launches new interactive website for customers today

The Joyce supermarket ads in the Galway Advertiser every week have achieved a cult status among canny shoppers — and from tomorrow those ads and much more will be carried on the new website for the Joyces Supermarket Group — www.joycesupermarket.ie

Blue Tree Systems continues its international expansion

Blue Tree Systems, which is headquartered in Galway, is continuing its rapid international expansion with the opening of a new office in the US in addition to its well established dealer network. In the US, Blue Tree Systems has secured major contracts with some of the largest transport and logistics companies. These include Nestlé, the world’s largest food producer, TransAm, one of the largest refrigerated transport companies in the US, and National Carriers, nationwide distributor for National Beef.

Economist’s report praises local supermarket chain

A newly published economist report from Jim Power on the economic and financial significance of local retailers has praised the Galway-based Joyce supermarket chain for “epitomising all that is good” in the Irish retail sector.

€20m Loughboy investment to create up to 120 jobs

A €20 million investment in the regeneration of a Kilkenny city shopping centre is set to create up to 120 jobs in construction and retail, according to the developer.

Supervalu first for Irish Hill Lamb

SuperValu has announced the arrival of Irish Free Range Hill Lamb to selected SuperValu stores. The supermarket chain is the first retailer in Ireland to have Irish Free Range Hill Lamb in stores and to offer the new Bord Bia LQAS quality assured logo.

Hundreds of jobs lost due to pigmeat fiasco

Hundreds of Kilkenny people and their families are to feel the effects of the pigmeat recall as the number of jobs lost as a result of the dioxin scare rose significantly this week in this area.

Get ready for Pancake Tuesday

Twenty five per cent more Tesco Ireland customers choose to buy milk, flour, and eggs to make their own pancakes rather than buy convenience pancake products, a survey by the supermarket chain has revealed.

 

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