Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Heritage Toms & TeamWoW

It was cause for celebration last week at TeamWoW and a few of us within the team were talking about the amazing feeling of achieving our BRC (British Retail Consortium) A* accreditation at our first attempt.  It got me wondering what was the key to the wonderful loyalty, including that of the customers, and team that work within the Westlands business.

The answer swiftly came, when I was asked to thank the team by trying to convey the heartfelt thanks of the "boss" to them.  I was asked to share that the WoW of Westlands is the amazing team that work for the business....it went something like this "you know that the WoW in Westlands isn't for the unique and innovative products we grow Carol, but for the loyal and hard-working team of people that deliver day-in-day out...".

One of the Soil grown vines

Well enough with the congratulations, as this week TeamWoW are back into the realities of growing fresh produce with a bit of a bump.  The bump being our bumper wonderful second crop of Great British Soil grown Heritage Tomatoes that have come beautifully on and are ready to be picked and sent out to our customers.  We are so fortunate, that the "boss" has put in 25+ varieties, so you only get the best that are ready to be picked on the day in your 3kg Westlands Heritage box.

The WestlandsWow Great British soil grown Heritage range of tomatoes is NOW available in a Mixed 3kg box from selected Westlands distributors.

So in honour of both our Heritage Tomatoes and the fab TeamWoW - the "boss" wants to say a big thank you not only for the extra special but also for the everyday...

Gold | Gold | Gold

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