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Villaggio Verge joins BHETA

Published: 1 October 2018 - Kiran Grewal

Another housewares company has joined the British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA) it has been announced, Villaggio Verde.

Villaggio Verde is an RHS gold medal winning grower of olive trees with 20 years’ experience supplying trees to consumers and the trade and hiring out specimens to the commercial market.  With its own olive tree nursery in the UK as well as farmland on the Mediterranean coast, Villaggio has launched into the housewares market with a range of high quality handcrafted olive wood household items including bowls, tableware and salad servers.

 

“This is great news,” said Will Jones home enhancement director at BHETA.  “The variety of knowledge, experience and contacts within BHETA broadens all the time.”

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