New distributor to drive sales as Co-op highlights green growth

We’re delighted to report that we’ve just appointed a new distributor in a bid to drive sales.

Staffordshire based natural products specialist Tree of Life was selected by Bio-D Directors Sara Holtby and Lloyd Atkin following a strategic sales review a year after they bought the business from founder Mike Barwell.

Managing Director Lloyd Atkin outlined the rationale for the appointment; “We have spent the last year undertaking a thorough review of the business and are now in a position to drive sales of our biodegradable products forward.  We know from the Co-op’s report on Ethical Consumerism that expenditure on green goods and services grew 18 per cent over the past two years despite the economic downturn and thought that the time was right to mount a sales campaign.”

Tree of Life supplies over 1100 health food shops and independent retailers and will be selling over 30 Bio-D lines from later this month – look out for them in your local store.


Ethical business launches Laundry Booster

We’re pleased to announce the launch a new product to help people keep their laundry green.


Designed to remove stains and to keep whites light and colours bright, Laundry Booster is a powerful, yet natural oxygen based antibacterial and sanitizing in wash whitener that also removes stains from colour fast fabrics.


Laundry Booster has been launched to complement its current biodegrabable and hypoallergenic laundry range that comprises washing powder, laundry liquid, fabric conditioner and nappy fresh.


The 400g pack of Laundry Booster powder has an RSP of £1.89 and will be available from all good ethical and natural products wholesalers including Suma, Goodness Foods and The Health Store from September.