Profit & Loss: inside the world of private Irish business

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
16th September, 2018

Chocolate maker Cadbury’s Irish arm says the Irish food market “continues to be challenging in all the categories we operate in – confectionery, cheese and grocery”.

Mondelez Ireland was also assailed by foreign exchange headwinds as turnover dropped from €190.1 million to €180.1 million in 2017.

Despite cutting its costs from €171 million to €164.8 million, pre-tax profits fell from €9.2 million to €1.4 million. Accumulated profits inched up from €17.7 million...

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