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  • Musgrave Group appoints Adrian Grey as Group HR Director

    Musgrave Group appoints Adrian Grey as Group HR Director

    Musgrave Group, partner to entrepreneurial food retailers and food service…

    McInerney’s SuperValu, Loughrea scoop SuperValu of the Year Award

    McInerney’s SuperValu, Loughrea scoop SuperValu of the Year Award

    McInerney’s SuperValu located in the heart of Loughrea in Co….

    SuperValu welcomes summer with projected sales of €5 million of fresh strawberries

    SuperValu welcomes summer with projected sales of €5 million of fresh strawberries

    Cara Sangari, age 6, gets ready for a ‘berry nice’…

    SuperValu to add 400 new jobs to its existing 15,000 workforce and invest €25 million in new stores in 2011

    SuperValu to add 400 new jobs to its existing 15,000 workforce and invest €25 million in new stores in 2011

    SuperValu, Ireland’s leading independent supermarket network, has announced today that…

    Pedal Power Raises £3,500 for Action Cancer

    Pedal Power Raises £3,500 for Action Cancer

    The manager of O’Kane’s SuperValu Omagh, John Wallace, and his…

    Savvy shoppers beat budget blues with average savings of €35 every week

    Savvy shoppers beat budget blues with average savings of €35 every week

    SuperValu unveils €260 million in price investments for hard-pressed shoppers…

    Musgrave ‘Stores of the year’ announced

    Musgrave ‘Stores of the year’ announced

    Barbican SuperValu, Newcastle, owned by David Heenan, Kelly’s Centra, Trench…

    Musgrave Group announced as Deloitte Best Managed Company for third time

    Musgrave Group announced as Deloitte Best Managed Company for third time

    Musgrave Group has been named as one of Ireland’s ‘Best…

    Growing business with Londis

    Growing business with Londis

    Jeremy Symonds has opened his fifth Londis store. Located on…

    Cork Cancer Research Centre benefits from Musgrave Triathlon

    Cork Cancer Research Centre benefits from Musgrave Triathlon

    Cancer patients from all over Ireland will benefit from the…

    Cork Cancer Research Centre benefits from Musgrave Triathlon

    Cancer patients from all over Ireland will benefit from the Musgrave Triathlon, as this year, it has extended its fundraising support further by making a €50,000 donation to Cork Cancer Research Centre.

    Cork Cancer Research Centre (CCRC) is an internationally recognised cancer research centre that investigates major issues that concern the origins, progression and treatment across all variants of cancer. Engaging more than 30 scientists and doctors and based in the BioSciences Institute, UCC, Cork, its purpose is to provide the discovery and innovations that may be applied to the prevention of cancer and the development of more effective treatment strategies.

    Since its inception in 2002, the annual Musgrave Triathlon has raised a staggering €2.9 million in much needed funds for Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin, the Irish Cancer Society and most recently Cork Cancer Research Centre.

    Commenting, Martin Kelleher, Managing Director, Musgrave said “To visit Cork Cancer Research Centre today and hear about the tremendous work that is being carried out in terms of research to eradicate this awful disease is inspiring and provides us with great hope for further breakthroughs in the future.

    We are delighted to make this donation to CCRC, which demonstrates the tremendous contribution all Triathlon participants and volunteers make towards ensuring this annual event is such an overwhelming success. Community is at the heart of our organisation and each year I am astonished and proud of the support and generosity of our SuperValu and Centra retailers, Musgrave staff and all our suppliers.

    Dr. Declan Soden, Principal Investigator, Cork Cancer Research Centre said, “This contribution from the Musgrave Triathlon makes a significant impact on the work carried out in the centre. To date this is our second largest corporate donation and one we are extremely grateful for.

    Not only does this help us continue our research but it also guarantees that we can keep our top class graduates working with us on research that will have a profound effect on the area of cancer treatment in the future. It is amazing to see what one organisation can do with a one day event when there is the commitment and determination of all involved to raise funds for very worthy causes.

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