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Beef protesters to target supermarkets over failure to enter talks

Speaking to The Sunday Business Post, Beef Plan west region chairperson Eoin Donnelly said the group was working on the finer details of the planned protests

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
8th September, 2019

The Beef Plan Movement is planning to target retail distribution centres next week in a move that could potentially disrupt supply to Tesco, Dunnes Stores and SuperValu. The protests are being organised by the farmers’ group as supermarkets are not expected to be involved in the new round of beef talks.

On Friday, the Department of Agriculture told Beef Plan that retailers would not be in attendance at the new talks due to start...

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