All posts by Beth Clark

  • Taste of Goodness invest £450 into retailer’s stores

    Condiment brand Taste of Goodness provides each retailer with a significant marketing package to ensure they get the best possible results. The team at Taste...

  • Moy Park celebrates 75th birthday

    Ireland’s number one poultry brand, Moy Park, has relaunched its branded breaded product range to coincide with the company’s 75th anniversary. “Given our 75th anniversary,...

  • M&S to open new sites in NI

    M&S opens two new sites in Northern Ireland amidst store closures in the rest of the UK Marks and Spencer has announced the closure of...

  • Frictionless trade with EU essential for livestock sector

    Livestock sector calls for Brexit negotiations on trade to ensure safety of meat on the market, UFU reports. Livestock representatives from farming unions in all...

  • Innovation needed to tackle productivity gap

    The UK’s productivity gap could be tackled by ensuring innovation among small firms is hardwired within supply chains. New research from the Federation of Small Businesses...

  • International win for Henderson store manager

    Local Eurospar store manager scoops international award during Summit in United States of America. Newtownards woman, Joanne Walker brings home international award at FMI (Food...

  • Make some noise for new product launch

    Local Ballygowan company, Noisy Nuts launches first nuts designed to be paired with craft beer. Northern Ireland’s Noisy Nuts have launched a new range of...

  • A classic go-to

    Neighbourhood Retailer catches up with Jonathan McCullagh, owner of McCullagh’s Classic Service Station to find out how the site is performing after its spectacular redesign....

  • Planting roots in Holywood

    Ferguson Flower returns to Holywood with a new coffee element. Neighbourhood Retailer goes along to find out more. When Neighbourhood Retailer meets Michael Ferguson, owner...

  • Frank and Honest Coffee goes compostable

    Frank and Honest has announced its commitment to becoming the first national coffee brand to move to 100 percent compostable coffee cups. Frank and Honest, available...

  • Pharming Finaghy

    Gerry Watters, owner of Balmoral Pharmacy speaks to Neighbourhood Retailer about how a well-stocked pharmacy is the key to survival in this busy market. Balmoral Pharmacy is...

  • Parking key to appeal of high street

    Parking and range of goods most important factors for shoppers when visiting local high street, survey reveals. A recent survey conducted by The Leadership Factor...

  • Crime Watch

    As part of an independent report, the NFRN has highlighted some of the most pressing criminal concerns for retailers this year. Unfortunately retail – whether...

  • Industry calls for rural town investment

    During an extensive meeting Retail NI chief executive Glyn Roberts and Colin Neill, chief executive of Hospitality Ulster appealed to politicians for further investment for...

  • 85 years strong in South Belfast

    Laura Brown, owner of independent fine food store Arcadia, speaks to NR about the evolution of the business over the past 85 years and what...

  • Climbing walls

    Gavan Wall, of the Belfast-based Wall Group, sees himself as a high energy entrepreneur with a plethora of ideas. He tells NR how his previous...

  • IFEX 2018 gathers steam

    Interest mounts in premier food, drink, retail and hospitality event. IFEX, Northern Ireland’s premier food, drink, retail and hospitality event, returns to the Titanic Exhibition...

  • Women take the lead in NI retail

    Data shows women in Northern Ireland continue to dominate in the retail sector, though disparities still exist. Statistics collected by research body the Northern Ireland...

  • Union slams Asda pension changes

    The Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (Usdaw) has criticised Asda for changes the supermarket retail giant is making to pension schemes for Northern...

  • A career in retail

    Owner of the Spar Topaz forecourt in Crawfordsburn, Linda McCormick looks back at a career as the cornerstone of the community. The retail sector has...

  • Paper £10 notes lose their value

    As of March 1, 2018, old paper banknotes are no longer legal tender, find out how the change in currency is impacting local retailers. Launched...