About Author

Ruth Hogan

I am the Editor for Inside FMCG website and magazine. Before joining Inside FMCG I worked as a Communications Officer at a disability rights organisation. Over the years I have worked in various journalism and communications roles both in Ireland and Australia. I hold a degree in Journalism from Dublin City University.

Ruth Hogan, Author at Inside FMCG

Dan Murphy’s sells most expensive whisky in its history

The 72-year-old Macallan was the only bottle available for retail in Australia and sold for $150,000.

ACCC to investigate “cartel concerns” in fresh food following Kaufland exit

Competition watchdog calls for information about alleged agreements between suppliers to withhold supply from the German discounter.

Coca-Cola checks in to circular change

Christine Black, director of sustainability at Coca-Cola shares an insight into World Without Waste initiatives.

Where did it all go wrong for Kaufland?

Staff, suppliers and landlords left reeling after the sudden exit of German discounter Kaufland.

Ferrero tops WWF list for use of sustainable palm oil

Goodman Fielder was the top performing Australian company, Woolworths came in “middle of the pack”, while Coles was “lagging behind”.

All over before it began: Kaufland cans plans for Australia

“This was not an easy decision for us.” – Frank Schumann, acting CEO of Kaufland International, announces exit from Australian market.

Amazon launches Uber-style delivery in Sydney and Melbourne

Using a similar concept to Uber Eats, the platform allows individuals to work as independent contractors to deliver Amazon goods to customers.

Costa Group to roll out Click and Collect service

Fruit and vegetable supplier puts online system in place to increase margin and basket size.

Downpour lifts spirits of Aussie consumers

Welcome rain thought to have added to the overall rise in consumer confidence.

Shoes of Prey founder takes fresh approach to market research with plant-based meat company, Fable

Michael Fox shares the key lessons he’s learned from the start-up world.

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