Town & Country innovates for sustainability

Town & Country will be using this year's Glee as a platform to showcase a raft of new footwear and glove products.

Full details of the new items, which include the latest innovation in -sustainable gardening gloves, will not be revealed until the show opens.

According to the company, Glee is the culmination of 12 months of research and development to "further enhance the range on offer and help retailers maximise sales potential".

Gloves packaging has also been the subject of a makeover and new gloves tickets will be on show. They are designed to provide a clean, colour-coded system for ease of merchandising to help consumers in making an informed choice at the point of purchase.

The names of the glove and brand names such as Master Gardener are now clearly defined to help consumers who are shopping for a specific glove make their selection more easily.

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