If there’s one measure of social injustice in Ireland that, for a decade, has remained stubbornly resistant to change, it’s the now annual count of families judged to be living in food poverty, which is defined as the inability to afford or have access to an adequate and nutritious diet.
Bloggers and social media influences like Ellie Kelly, Katie Moran and Gary Pineda have all been rapped by the advertising watchdog for failing to indicate that their posts contained sponsored content or part of a brand ambassadorship.
We are on the cusp of a revolution in consumer tastes, which will rock the agri-food industry to its core, regardless of the Climate Change Advisory committee recommendations for a substantial reduction in the cattle herd to meet Ireland’s 2030 greenhouse gas emissions targets.
Who picks the wrapping paper, the music and the decorations in our top stores? meets the people who make your festive shopping special – including the woman at Boots who works on Christmas all year round