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Bord na Mona announces name change to The Greener Gardening Company

Published: 9 January 2020 - John King
 

Bord na Mona has announced that the UK retail arm of the business will change its name to The Greener Gardening Company, effective from 1 February 2020.

The name change encapsulates all retail customers that trade with Bord na Mona Horticulture, Bord na Mona UK and White Moss Horticulture. The company continues to be a wholly owned subsidiary of Bord na Mona Ireland.

2020 is set to be a big year for the business. The company recently announced a new peat- free range of products, Happy Compost, which received received a ‘best in test’ performance against all major competitors in trials conducted at University College of Dublin, Ireland. In 2019 the company also added three new Which? ‘best buys’ in the latest compost trials which rigorously test and review over 25 products with each formulation assessed based on its quality and assurance.

Steve Harper, head of commercial and marketing for The Greener Gardening Company, said: “Our name change to The Greener Gardening Company allows us to offer a clear, easy-to- spot brand to UK consumers. Whilst they will be seeing a different logo on the shelves, they can still expect the same quality and same service they have come to expect from us as an industry leading brand.”

The name change does not affect the current Bord Na Mona Horticulture business in Ireland or UK based trade customers that trade with Bord Na Mona Horticulture in Ireland.

To find out more about The Greener Gardening Company, visit: www.thegreenergardener.com.

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