Ireland's Supermarket Sector Sees Sales Rise In Q3, As Food Inflation Remains Subdued
The Irish supermarket and convenience store sector posted a 5.0% increase in value sales in the third quarter of the year, a new study by Retail Ireland, a representative group for the sector, has found.
Volume sales for the sector were up 5.7%, it added.
Taking September in isolation, value sales were up 4.6% in Irish supermarkets and convenience stores, while volume sales were up 5.3%.
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