Increased sales across garden furniture for Fallen Fruits

by | Apr 26, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Garden giftware and outdoor accessories company, Fallen Fruits has experienced growing sales of its garden furniture.

Following the launch of the company?s dedicated furniture catalogue at the start of the year, Fallen Fruits has witnessed a significant increase in demand amongst both retailers and consumers, for a number of its key furniture ranges.

The most successful collections include the newly launched Lucton range. Made of mild steel, powder coated in traditional bottle green, the Lucton range benefits from a time-honoured design. With a starting RRP of ?24.99, this latest collection has proven to be a hit amongst garden retailers and consumers alike since its launch at GLEE 2015. Sales of the Industrial Heritage range have also soared, following the addition of the hugely popular Tractor Table and Tractor seats.

Commenting on the company?s sales success, Managing Director Michael Hall said, ? With Fallen Fruits already well established as a leading garden giftware company, it is extremely promising to see that our selection of outdoor furniture is proving to be just as successful as our most popular garden accessories. The launch of the new furniture catalogue has led to an increase in sales across existing accounts, as well as the procurement of a significant number of new customers. ?

Whether for garden giftware or outdoor furniture, Fallen Fruits offers retailers a wide selection of product ranges with which to maximise their consumer appeal. Garden retailers can contact Fallen Fruits for more information about the garden furniture catalogue and other product ranges on 01584873377 or by emailing

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