Waitrose takes garden path

Hodge, Fiona
March 2013
DIY Week;3/22/2013, p6
The article reports that Waitrose, a chain of grocery stores in Great Britain, will introduce 6000 garden products across its stores and online through a dedicated website, in order to enter the horticulture market.


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