About Us

An Rialálaí Agraibhia (Agri-Food Regulator) is an independent statutory Office established under the Agricultural and Food Supply Chain Act 2023.

The Agri-Food Regulator is concerned with promoting fairness and transparency in the agri-food supply chain. It’s statutory remit and focus is on business-to-business relationships within the supply chain. In exercising this function, the Agri-Food Regulator shall have regard to the circumstances and needs of the agricultural and food sector, including, in particular farming, fishing and small food businesses.

The Agri-Food Regulator is made up of a Board which makes decisions about the Office’s policies and strategic approach to key functions while the Executive Staff implements the agreed policies and workplan.


Please see our Codes of Conduct linked below.

Code of Conduct for Board Members (pdf 302Kb) 

Code of Conduct for Employees (pdf 187Kb)