The seized meat products did not follow EU food safety rules

Ireland seizes 3.7 tonnes of Romanian meat

By Ashley Williams

Ireland’s Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine has confiscated 3.7 tonnes of various meat products, imported into a Dublin port from Romania.

Irish farmers have called for poultry prices to be increased to cover rising costs of production

Irish poultry farmers urge price rise

By Aidan Fortune

The Irish Farmers Association (IFA) has called on processors and retailers to increase the price of poultry to support under-pressure producers.

Irish beef exports to the UK would be

Irish beef industry sees a catastrophe in no-deal Brexit

By Diana Yordanova

As the British House of Commons prepares to vote on the European Union (EU) withdrawal agreement negotiated by UK Prime Minister Theresa May, the Irish beef sector has been warning that a no-deal Brexit would cause chaos and dramatically undermine Ireland’s...