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Prosper & Grow with Organic

A new event, ‘Prosper and Grow with Organic’ has been announced, as part of the Organic Trade Board’s (OTB’s) campaign to increase organic sales in the UK.

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The event, which is to be held on 4 March at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) venue in London W1, will focus on how Organic can increase retail growth, expanding choice for consumers and considering what makes your customers choose organic anyway.

Industry expert speaker Claus Juel-Jensen, CEO of Netto Denmark  will explain how organic lines have played a big part in the growth and success of Netto – a discounter.

Whilst Klaus Arntz, Executive Vice President of Wessanen, will be showing how Wessanen’s brands such as Kallo, Clipper, Bjorg and others are delivering growth to retailers across the EU.

There are further details here, along with booking information, on The Organic Trade Board’s website.

And to see more diverse events held at RIBA, look at their website, here

 

Organic Gardening – we have the products for you!

If you are into Organic gardening and grow-your-own, we now have some Soil Association Approved Products just for you:

The Seaweed Extract Plant Growth Stimulant and Natural Fertiliser are approved for organic growing and have proven results for healthier lusher plants and bumper crops of fruit and vegetables!

From MaxiCrop,probably the leading manufacturer of seaweed extracts in the world. This is a quote from their press pack:

With a fifty-year history, farmers, growers, turf managers and gardeners, in over 40 countries worldwide, now use our products.Our bio-stimulant products improve soil and plant productivity, ensuring top performance in a range of diverse situations

We are convinced it will provide you with new growing methods to maximise the full potential of the crops, turf or plants in your care.

Other Maxicrop Products including Tomato care, lawn tonic and moss killer and general plant feed are available and can be seen here!