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Top Tips on Stocking and Buying Christmas Pot Plants
01 December 2017
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Christmas is very traditional when it comes to pot plants, with consumers continuing to buy the same plants each year. Mainly purchased for home decoration and to give that lovely Christmas feel and smell, it's no wonder this tradition lives on.
In an increasingly busy world, retailers are having to continually adapt the fresh and prepared produce they stock in order to fit the customer's needs. We have been looking at the top 5 trends in convenience foods currently available in the fresh produce section of supermarkets.
During the months leading up to Christmas it's the easy-peeler satsumas, clementines and oranges that come into their own, but there is an increasing demand for organic fruit, both in oranges and lemons.
During the last few years there has been more focus by category managers in retail on the development of orchid sales as a key driver of growth in the Flower Category. More than 95% of orchids sold in supermarkets are of the Phalaenopsis species (also known as the Moth Orchid).