An Irish seafood company starts selling online - Members' News - Week 06 - 2021Feb 8, 2021,
by Fionnuala Malone - Category: Members' News
Welcome to GS1 Ireland's members' news for week 6 2021. An Irish seafood company starts selling online and two members feature on RTÉ. Read on for more.
Catherine Fulvio visits Wicklow producers on RTÉ
Two GS1 Ireland members featured on RTÉ One this week on Catherine Fulvios's 'Catherine Celebrates Valentines'. She visited two Wicklow food producers, Wicklow Way Wines and O’Hanlon Herbs to create the perfect Valentine's meal.
You can watch Catherine Celebrates Valentines back on RTÉ player here.
Atlantis Seafood builds new e-commerce site
Atlantis Seafood, which has been in business for 25 years, is now selling fish on its new e-commerce site and delivering it nationwide using specially developed packaging which keeps it chilled. Atlantis and many other companies are availing of supports from Bord Bia, which is rolling out a 'Think Digital' programme to help small and medium-sized food companies target customers through e-commerce. You can check out the new Atlantis online store here.
This information came from RTE.ie.
New Members this Week at GS1 Ireland
The companies below joined GS1 Ireland since our last Members News. We would like to take this opportunity to welcome them to the GS1 Ireland community.
Foxglove Cocktails - "Made-to-order artisan craft cocktails, using fresh local ingredients."
Golden Toastie - "The best toasties in Dublin."
Whiplash Beer appoints CASK for UK distribution
Whiplash Beer has entered a partnership with UK craft beer specialist, CASK International, for its distribution in the UK. Whiplash produces three year-round beers, Body Riddle Pale Ale, Rollover Session Ale and Northern Lights Micro IPA, along with special editions and collaboration brews. CASK International specialises in craft beer which is distributed via their cold-chain network across the UK.
This information came from The Morning Advertiser.
West Cork Distillers bottles stout cask-finished whiskey
West Cork Distillers has teamed up with the Blacks of Kinsale brewery to release a stout cask-finished blended Irish whiskey. Following the release of West Cork Distillers’ IPA Cask Finished whiskey, the producer has now finished a blended Irish whiskey in casks that previously held Blacks of Kinsale Stout. According to West Cork Distillers, it has 'aromas of chocolate, raisins and cracked nuts and flavours of dark chocolate, coffee and vanilla.' You can buy West Cork Stout Cask on their online store priced €28.95.
Irish Distilleries Honoured at Icons of Whisky Awards
The Icons of Whisky Awards, by Whisky Magazine, recognise the people, places and products that make up the entire whisky industry. They recently announced the Icons of Irish Whiskey at a virtual ceremony. The overall Distiller of the Year award went to Waterford Distillery. Craft Producer of the Year went to Dingle Distillery, and Glendalough Distillery was named as Sustainable Distillery of the Year. A full list of all the winners can be found here. Congratulations to all the winners.
That's it for this week, be sure to come back next week for more news from GS1 Ireland members around the country. If you are a GS1 Ireland member and you have some news you would like to share, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org, we would love to hear from you.Tags: Members News