Disney delight

Disney delight

Ormo Bread and Musgrave Retail Partners have made one lucky customer very happy! Local Carrickfergus resident, Allan Beck has just won a free trip for four to Disneyland Paris from the Ormo / Musgrave Competition that was launched in SuperValu’s across the Province last year. Allan is pictured (centre) celebrating... View Article

Fast track to success

Fast track to success

The recent Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards once again brought together many of Northern Ireland’s sporting fraternity to acknowledge and recognise those individuals, teams and organisations whose contribution to Ulster Sport has been outstanding. One of the main winners at the awards evening was Wayne Boyd who is seen as one... View Article

Rising to the 20p challenge

Rising to the 20p challenge

SuperValu stores across Northern Ireland have helped their community partner Action Cancer beat the credit crunch by raising £24,000 in a week-long fundraising drive, organised to keep the charity’s Big Bus service moving. Celebrating the second anniversary of the service SuperValu customers and staff were asked to donate their 20... View Article

Sustainability in the food industry

Sustainability in the food industry

Increased global awareness of the threat of climate change and of the adverse impacts of some business activities has propelled sustainability to the forefront of the regulatory, public and business agendas. The food industry has a particularly important role…... View Article

Join the Caravan… love your former colleagues!

Join the Caravan… love your former colleagues!

Cliff was invited to join the committee of the NI Branch of Caravan just over two years ago, coming in as Chairman. “To be honest, I really didn’t know a lot about the charity beforehand, but when I was asked to join, I made a few enquiries with some of... View Article

A vision for the future

A vision for the future

That Heinz believes in sustainability has never been in dispute – from the earliest days the company’s founder, Henry J. Heinz made a commitment to quality and purity by packaging the first Heinz product, horseradish, in clear glass. Since then, in each generation Heinz has made steps forward on the... View Article

Plan A… because there is no Plan B

Plan A… because there is no Plan B

M&S is working hard to tackle critical sustainability challenges like waste, sustainable raw materials and climate change. As a result, the company announced ‘Plan A’ in 2007, a business-wide £200m ‘eco-plan’ that will have an impact on every aspect of M&S’ operations until 2012. The 100-point plan means that, by... View Article

When the going gets tough

When the going gets tough

If you believe what you read in the papers, the storm of recession has gathered overhead and looks set to settle in for some time – indeed, given the tone of many media reports, you could be forgiven for wanting to dive under your desk and wait for the bad... View Article

Samantha Purton in the hot seat

Samantha Purton in the hot seat

Graduated with a degree in Business from the University of the West of England, Bristol in 2004, having spent a year on a marketing internship in Chicago, USA. I started my career managing a small marketing agency for one year and following this I was accepted onto a sales... View Article

Happy memories of home baking!

Happy memories of home baking!

After years in the doldrums, home baking is making quite a revival. It began with a renewed interest in cooking from scratch, driven by the combined factors of the popularity of cookery programmes and recipe books and consumers wanting to emulate these, as well as by health and diet issues... View Article