Member News 06th November 2023
Nov 6, 2023,
by Paul Connolly - Category: Member News
Welcome to GS1 Ireland Member’s News.
Welcome to GS1 Ireland Member’s News. As we head into the final 2 months of the year, take a look at some of the recent news successes from some of our members across a range of industries. Read on for a full rundown of this week’s news.
A real taste of Latin American fare comes to our supermarkets.
With the help of the Local Enterprise Office, GS1 Member Latin Streets Kitchen’s tasty empanadas are available at a number of SuperValu stores in the greater Dublin area with plans to expand further.
With the help of the Food Academy run by SuperValu, LEO and Bord Bia the business bacamer operational in May of this year.
Read More: https://www.echo.ie/a-real-taste-of-latin-american-fare-comes-to-our-supermarkets/
Stillgarden Distillery to host Christmas Market
Stillgarden Distillery recently announced they will be hosting their Christmas Market on the 9th and 10th of December in The Stillgarden Village.
The market will include a host of vendors who will showcase the best of Handmade Skincare, Art, Crafts, Illustration and Homeware and will serve as a great opportunity to support local Irish business for Christmas.
Visit https://stillgardendistillery.com/events/christmas_market/ for more information.
Velo Coffee has launched a clever new protein-packed brew
Cork Coffee roasters Velo have unvield their latest creation, a protein packed coffee with 12grams of protein in each serving.
Velo Coffee + Protein is made from specialty 100% Arabica coffee beans that are carefully roasted to perfection, meaning you don’t have to compromise on taste.
Read more: https://www.yaycork.ie/a-cork-coffee-roaster-has-launched-a-clever-new-protein-packed-brew/
BioAtlatis Draws on Seaweed To Help Crops Deal with Climate Change Stress
As The Irish Times reports, GS1 Member BioAtlantis in Tralee, Co Kerry has been working on development of natural compounds, extracted from renewable marine and terrestrial resources, to reduce stress in crops, animals and humans by strengthening natural defence systems.
Read More: https://afloat.ie/marine-environment/marine-wildlife/item/61080-kerry-company-draws-on-seaweed-to-help-crops-deal-with-climate-change-stress
Mediahuis Ireland boss among Wicklow winners in Clean Coasts photography competition
A stunning photograph snapped by Peter Vandermeersch, CEO of Mediahuis Ireland, owner of the Wicklow and Bray People newspapers, has won the coastal landscape category in the ‘Love Your Coast’ photography competition.
Since 2010, the Love Your Coast photography competition has been a celebration of all the beauty and uniqueness of the Irish coast that Clean Coasts volunteers work to protect.
Read the full story here: https://www.independent.ie/regionals/wicklow/wicklow-district/mediahuis-ireland-boss-among-wicklow-winners-in-clean-coasts-photography-competition/a217382953.html