Neudorff and DLF enter partnership

by | Oct 8, 2019 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments


DLF Seeds is to distribute the Neudorff natural gardening product portfolio.

The company, which owns the Johnsons Lawn Seed brand, has exclusive rights. The agreement will ensure supply of Neudorff’s range throughout the UK . Unichem Ireland will continue to service The Republic of Ireland.
Neudorff is a German pioneer of natural, safe and effective garden products. It first entered the UK market in 2012. The aim was to bringing eco-friendly pest control and plant care products. Especially those who are demanding chemical-free gardening solutions.
The company now has a significant presence in over 20 countries. Its extensive range is in retail outlets across the UK. The brands have said: “DLF Seeds is the perfect partner for Neudorff.
“Both companies share similar values, upholding rigorous standard. They both pioneer the development of products that meet the needs of consumers.”
Neudorff has driven expansion of the category for natural, organic and vegan products.
Both Neudorff and DLF Seeds are pioneers in their fields. They channel significant investment into in-house research and development. Both brands bring the most innovative products to market.
Neudorff’s portfolio of 25 products. The range compliments Johnsons Lawn Seeds’ line-up of market-leading lawn seed and fertiliser.

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