EFFIN GOOD MATCH
Black and white flags are fluttering in the breeze throughout Middletown. Why you might ask?
AST TOTTEN LTD EXPAND
The Monaghan based company AST Totten Ltd, well known worldwide as a manufacturer of mushroom shelving, is expanding its range of operation.
Hortweek.com reported in December that Teagasc and the HDC signed a memorandum of understanding.
The economic times we live in are punctuated by news of firms closing and receivers going in and companies getting liquidated.
There was an Irish delegation at the GEPC meeting held on January 12th and 13th in Brussels.
A report in the Yorkshire Post left
quite startled recently. The paper reported that Greyfriars, the mushroom-based Yorkshire business is on the brink of being sold.
has been made aware that Sterckx is supplying compost into Scotland.
The latest research that highlights the benefits of Vitamin D could be more good news for the mushroom industry.
Belgian compost supplier Coenegrachts Substrates, of Riemst, Belgium, is set to expand
Not that it is much use just now, but
spotted the perfect Christmas present for the fungiphile in your life.
Of course the brief dip in oil prices couldn’t last.
STING IN THE TAIL
The recent high winds to hit Ireland and Scotland have been very destructive.
When a business behemoth like Tesco issues a profits warning, the whole sector can feel the chilling effects.
We are forever being assailed with currency disaster scenarios over the past few years
According to an online survey conducted by LikePlace.ie, Carlingford has been voted the best place to live in Ireland for 2011.