After losing value share in the distribution of gardening in 2022 due to greater mobility among the local population, e-commerce is set to return to growth over the forecast period. The removal of lockdown restrictions and reopening of garden centres in 2022, the first year free from pandemic regulations, saw consumers return to physical outlets for their gardening requirements.
The UK government's regulations to phase out the use of peat in horticulture by 2030 have led to increasing demand for peat-free compost alternatives. As local consumers become increasingly aware of the environmental impact of peat-based compost, the demand for sustainable options is likely to continue to rise, thereby presenting an opportunity for leading brands in growing media such as Westland, Miracle-Gro, and J Arthur Bowers.
Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) in the UK will come into force in 2024 and will hold producers responsible for the collection, sorting and recycling/disposal of their household packaging waste. This, in turn, might affect the development of private label for retailers as the associated costs will hurt their margins for these products.
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Includes: products purchased by consumers through retail channels. Excludes: commercial sales to professional landscapers / groundskeepers / tradesman / contractors etc for gardening / landscaping. Excludes: outdoor furniture, be it self-assembly or ready-made, which is tracked under Outdoor Furniture. Excludes: Barbecues and Garden Sheds, which are tracked under Outdoor LivingSee All of Our Definitions
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