Zoon brand from Smart Garden launches in garden centres

by | Nov 13, 2019 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments


Smart Garden has announced that first deliveries of the new Zoon Pet Range are in Garden Centres. This is following a successful launch at Glee in September.

The company has made it easy for retailers to distinguish between Zoon and Smart Garden products. They Zoon items come wrapped in distinctive and appropriate pallet wrap.
Jonathan Stobart, MD, said: “We’re proud to have arrived at this point. It represents the culmination of over a year of planning and product development.
”There are almost 700 distinctive pet accessories in the range. This includes a wonderful selection for puppies, cats, and kittens.
Peter Johnson, director added “We have been able to adopt the highest possible standards for packaging and product.
“We have minimised the use of single-use plastic packaging. We’ve preferred recyclable cardboard hangers. Even our (dog) poop bags are bio-compostable, as they are made from a corn starch-based polymer.”
Smart says the Zoon range has been welcomed by all their retail partners without exception. They say it’s destined to become a major component of its business in the months and years ahead.
You can see the full product range at Smart’s showrooms in Peterborough as well as at Abingdon.

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