Toe Up Tony writes:
From Lidl’s weekend specials email…I suppose that a liquid would be softer than a solid, but not sure how they would get it on the roll….
Thanks, Toe Up.
No pressing need for details.
The trainers feature the Lidl logo and are bright in blue, yellow and red are only available in Finland and The Netherlands
People are flogging a pair of popular Lidl trainers online for £450.
The £14 pair of colourful shoes are eye-catching to say the least.
Now, they’re appearing on third party selling sites like eBay – and they’re even selling for over 30 times their original price..
— Ciaran McK (@Irishpunman) July 1, 2020
Farmers protesting outside a Lidl distribution centre in Ballyhea, Co Cork
Further to this morning’s farmers’ protest outside a Lidl distribution centre in Ballyhea, Co Cork this morning…
Claire McCormack, in Agriland, reports:
Meat processor ABP has confirmed that it will increase its base price for cattle next Monday, December 9.
AgriLand understands that a minimum increase of 5c/kg is expected.
In a statement issued this afternoon, Friday, December 6, a spokesperson for ABP confirmed the move, whilst also criticising the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) for staging a series of protests on the beef price issue over the last 48 hours.
The spokesperson said: “The company is at a complete loss to understand why Joe Healy, the outgoing IFA president, pursued a course of irresponsible, disruptive and illegal action at retail distribution centres this week.
“The Beef Taskforce met on Tuesday and Joe Healy and the IFA were fully aware that market indications pointed towards a cattle price increase in Ireland. This was reported extensively.”
Earlier: Beefing Up
7.45am: Gardaí just arrived on the scene. Three lorries blocked by @IFAmedia at Lidl distribution centre in Charleville and a number of others put off and continued driving. Workers in cars being allowed in. @farmersjournal pic.twitter.com/AsizRpWILy
— Hannah QuinnMulligan (@hqmulligan) December 6, 2019
Farmers hold protest outside Lidl distribution centre in Ballyhea, Co Cork
Outside a Lidl distribution centre in
Charleville Ballyhea, Co Cork.
Farmers and members of the Irish Farmers’ Association began a 12-hour protest over beef prices at 7am.
This is the second such protest this week, following a similar protest at an Aldi distribution centre in Naas, Co Kildare, yesterday.