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Forest POS is ready for the new season

Published: 6 April 2016
Forest Garden says it is dedicated to providing its retail customers with an unrivalled suite of tools to help maximise sales of its products in-store.
Forest POS is ready for the new season
Take Me To The Till (TMTTT) is its most popular and proven sales tool. Recently, Forest added a number of design updates and display additions which are designed to help drive sales throughout the season.

Updates include high-level directional POS, new signage for the Squircle display unit which helps customers locate the unit in-store, and promotional wobblers that help retailers clearly communicate seasonal special offers and RRPs.

Forest's new POS will also feature a refreshed colour palette for the 2016 season.

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