Moles wins stand award at Four Oaks

Moles Seeds enjoyed a busy time at the Four Oaks Trade Show this week, and were also very happy to win the Most Innovative Stand award.

The Essex-based seed company exhibited both ornamentals – the Antirrhinum Twinny was very popular, coming in a choice of six separate colours - and a selection from its tomato range, which  captured people’s interest.  The Striped Stuffer, a large and unusual heritage variety, with golden-orange stripes was an attention grabber, but it was the orange cherry tomato, F1 Bottondoro, a prolific cropper with it’s intense sweet flavour that everyone loved, said Moles.

Available from early October, the new tomato additions include Sweet Aperitif, a prolific indeterminate (cordon) variety producing an excellent yield of tasty bite sized fruits, Indigo Blue Berries, whose fruits ripen from amethyst purple to almost black, with a delicious plum-like flavour and F1 Heinz 3402, developed by Heinz for their own food products, with the combination of texture and flavour make this ideal for soups and sauces.

Moles’ marketing director, Stuart Donders said the market was buoyant after a fairly good year and that Grow Your Own remained ever popular with the public.

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