We are independently audited and regularly report on our environmental performance
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Over the past 10 years, our business has grown by almost 50% and at the same time our carbon footprint has reduced by more than 50% in absolute terms.

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Our advanced route planning and scheduling systems help our delivery drivers avoid or reduce mileage whenever they can, while our backhaul process has also helped our suppliers to cut their mileage.

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We work hard to recycle as much waste as possible. In 2015 we managed to recycle 97% of the waste generated by our business, up from 63% since 2006.

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Musgrave MarketPlace invests €2.6 million to upgrade Galway and Derry branches

Investment will transform each branch into a state-of-the-art Food Emporium and reduce their carbon footprint. Musgrave MarketPlace, Ireland’s leading wholesale supplier to foodservice, retail and SME businesses, announced that €2.6m has been invested in upgrading their Galway (€1.7m) and Derry (€0.9m) branches across the first six months of 2019. The work to upgrade the Galway […]

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If it’s steak – it’s got to be SuperValu!

SuperValu Wins Gold and Silver Awards At The World Steak Challenge 11th July 2019 – SuperValu’s renowned steak range received more global accolades at this year’s World Steak Challenge held for the first time in Ireland, with SuperValu’s Signature Tastes Hereford Fillet Steak and Signature Tastes Hereford Ribeye Steak both scooping gold awards at the […]

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Musgrave MarketPlace invests €2.6 million to upgrade Galway and Derry branches

Investment will transform each branch into a state-of-the-art Food Emporium and reduce their carbon footprint. Musgrave MarketPlace, Ireland’s leading wholesale supplier to foodservice, retail and SME businesses, announced that €2.6m has been invested in upgrading their Galway (€1.7m) and Derry (€0.9m) branches across the first six months of 2019. The work to upgrade the Galway […]

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