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22nd April, 2018

Sunbathers won’t be the only ones happy that the long winter of 2018 seems to have finally come to an end: garden stores, shoe retailers and ice cream sellers are also likely to be celebrating.

New data from the US-headquartered business weather intelligence firm Planalytics shows that demand for garden plants, women’s sandals and ice-cream fell sharply among Irish shoppers in March.

A spokesman for the firm said that “weather-driven demand” for...

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