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Thompson & Morgan buys Rainbow Flowers

Published: 26 October 2007
Horticultural supplier Thompson & Morgan has acquired Guernsey-based Rainbow Flowers.
The acquisition provides Thompson & Morgan with the opportunity to broaden its proposition and sell fresh and silk flowers, gifts and chocolates.

Rainbow will continue to trade under its own name with current managing director Carol Jenson remaining.

Thompson & Morgan's group sales in the year to June 30, 2007 were £39.4 million.


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Published prior to March 2014
By Gardening Express
I wonder when the tax law will change in the channel islands - gives a serious competitive advantage to these operators. Perhaps their are too many vested interests for change? Gardening Express

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