The Surrey-based company has been a trusted supplier to the home gardening, horticultural and agricultural sectors for several decades.
Chase Organics, known to gardeners and horticulturists throughout the UK for their extensive range of organic seeds, seaweed plant nutrition products and garden supplies, is delighted to announce they have received the royal seal of approval with the granting of the Royal Warrant to HRH Prince of Wales.
The Surrey-based company has been a trusted supplier to the home gardening, horticultural and agricultural sectors for several decades and promotes organic growing practices to enable the production of healthy, sustainable crops for home and commercial use.
Chase Organics is the UK’s leading specialist provider of organically grown vegetable seeds and “best practice” horticultural and gardening supplies, available through its mail order catalogue and online operations. The Royal Warrant represents a huge accolade and is proof that relatively small businesses can, by achieving and maintaining high standards, receive special recognition for their efforts.
In the agriculture market, the Chase SM6 family of seaweed based plant nutrition products is held in high regard by farmers around the globe as a premium brand which consistently delivers outstanding results in improving crop yield and quality. With exports on the increase, particularly into developing countries, the Royal Warrant is endorsement of Chase Organics credentials as a reliable and trusted business partner.
Michael Hedges, Managing Director of Chase Organics said, “The granting of the Royal Warrant is recognition of Chase Organics’ position at the forefront of sustainability and quality. This endorsement is a great honour and one we have no doubt will assist us in our efforts to further promote organic growing and to build our business both at home and overseas. This is a proud moment for our staff, suppliers and customers, and I would like to thank all the team for their continued commitment which has made this award possible.”