An Irish company looking to cure the runny nose raises €20 million - Members' News - Week 03 - 2021

Jan 18, 2021, by Fionnuala Malone - Category: Members' NewsA round up of this week's news from GS1 Ireland members up and down the country.

Welcome to GS1 Ireland's members' news for week 3. Stillgarden releases a new mid-strength drink and an Irish company looking to cure the runny nose raises €20 million. Read on for more.Neurent Medical raises over €20 million in fundingNeurent Medical, a medtech company headquartered in Galway, has raised $25m (€20.6m) in second-round funding. They have developed a device that applies low power radio frequency energy to nerves in the nose to stop the inflammatory response that leads to rhinitis, or chronic runny nose. F...

New Deloitte report on Covid-19 Supply Chain

Jan 15, 2021, by Amanda Creane - Category: HealthcareDeloitte white paper highlights why common standards across healthcare supply chain are essential as the world gears up for the largest deployment of vaccines in history

New report by Deloitte supports use of GS1 standards for identification, barcoding and traceability across the healthcare supply chainDeloitte white paper highlights why common standards across healthcare supply chain are essential as the world gears up for the largest deployment of vaccines in history.Access the reportAs governments and businesses around the world face one of the most significant logistical and healthcare related challenges in history, a new report issued by Deloitte points to universal adoption of com...

Doing Veganuary? Ten Irish Food Producers to Try

Jan 11, 2021, by Fionnuala Malone - Category: Best of IrishIf you are one of the half a million people predicted to participate in Veganuary this year, Best of Irish is here to help with a list of the best vegan products from Irish food producers.

Doing Veganuary? Ten Irish Food Producers to TryIf you are one of the half a million people predicted to participate in Veganuary this year, Best of Irish is here to help with a list of the best vegan products from Irish food producers. For those following a plant-based diet, you don't have to go far to find tasty vegan treats. You can still shop local and enjoy the most delicious food from local Irish suppliers. Here are 10 Irish vegan food brands to try this Veganuary.1. Flying SquirrelFlying Squirrel is a vegan, plan...

An Irish brand is named as one of the most resilient of 2020 - Members' News - Week 02 - 2021

Jan 11, 2021, by Fionnuala Malone - Category: Members' NewsA round up of this week's news from GS1 Ireland members up and down the country.

Welcome to GS1 Ireland's members' news for week 2. Linwoods launches a new product and an Irish brand is named as one of the most resilient of 2020. Read on for more.Linwoods Launches New Breakfast Topper RangeGS1 Ireland member, Linwoods, has launched a new product, Crunchy Seed Clusters, which is aimed at the breakfast market. The range has three varieties, Flaxseed & Cranberries, Flaxseed & Nuts and Pumpkin & Chia Seed. The range is high in fibre, protein, Omega-3, and magnesium, the brand said its Crunchy Seed Clust...

Kerry distillery to develop a visitor centre in 2021 - Members' News - Week 01 - 2021

Jan 4, 2021, by Fionnuala Malone - Category: Members' NewsA round up of this week's news from GS1 Ireland members up and down the country.

Welcome to GS1 Ireland's members' news for week 1. Kerry distillery to develop a visitor centre in 2021 and Blacks of Kinsale win big in international brewing awards. Read on for more.Kerry distillery to develop visitor centreSkellig Six18 is developing a €10 million micro-distillery and visitor centre along the Ring of Kerry and is expecting to invest about €4 million in the business in 2021. When it is completed it will include a new permanent visitor centre and VIP lounge overlooking the Fertha river estuary as it fl...