Tree of Life expands organic offer to meet “ever increasing demand”

Recognising the importance of the UK’s organic market, and preparing well in advance of Organic September, Tree of Life UK today (June 3) announced the number of organic food brands carried has reached over 300.

The company says its expanding organic offer is part of a long term commitment to provide customers with increasing organic choice. Recently added organic brands such as Landgarten and Happy Village sit alongside many award-winning lines and reinforce Tree of Life’s support for the organic movement.

Andy Derbyshire, head of buying explains: “With an ever-increasing demand for organic products we are continually expanding our offering and have recently added a superb collection of delicious organic foods to our product range.” Tree of Life UK are also certified by the Soil Association to wholesale into the nutrition and healthy lifestyle channel.

Tree of Life’s marketing manager, Karen Wilson, added:  “Consumer demand for organic has risen considerably showing how important buying organic has become, we are responding to this demand by offering our retailers over 3,700 organic food lines, in addition to organic options across other categories. We clearly see that organic food has a huge future in the UK; it does not have any potential harmful additives, colourings and preservatives, and is made to the high standards that the retailers and consumers in this channel demand”.

Picture: Tree of Life buying team members Nigel Briggs, Pat Stirling, Melvyn Phillips and And Derbyshire.