Month: July 2012

Chilled Organic Foods by Yeo Valley

How much the recent hoo-ha over milk pricing relates to organic dairy farmers is unclear. As a rule they are paid more money for their milk in order to compensate for the higher cost of organic production. If anyone wishes to submit comment on this blog post in regard to this point particularly, or any other matter, come to that, please feel free! This is not a political blog however, and in this review/feature of Yeo Valley and their products, we are focusing on exactly what being organic means in their view, because essentially this is the story behind the success of the business and the quality of the milk and other items produced. They say that since 1961 (for 51 years) they have been doing things the right way, and the right way for this business is being organic and ‘a little bit more’ besides. We know already what requirements have to be met and what practices have to be undertaken by organic farmers in respect of achieving the necessary soil quality, and the …

REVIEW of a Roller Blind and the services of madetomeasureblinds-ukdotcom

  The arranging of the review of this item was clear-cut and was an excellent example of when the selling of an item directly to the consumer, via the internet, can be an efficient and an all round positive experience. So it is true to say that http://www.madetomeasureblinds-uk.com/ (MTM) provides a complete service, largely down to the effectiveness of first-rate communication and the worthiness of particular people skills employed. The most obvious product this company offers, in a marketing sense, is the supply of contemporary and traditional window blinds that are made to an exact specification. Usual options are available i.e. Venetian, Roller and Roman blinds and in many styles and finishes. Furthermore, as with most businesses who offer bespoke type services, free fabric samples are available on request to help with decision making. The main indication that came to light in regard to our collaboration, whilst ordering, and the fitting of a roller blind to the front door of my own home (see below), was the emphasis put on the importance of accuracy of …