HAGA Has Shipped First 105 Varieties Seeds Pack to Amazon.com Warehouse

Incline Village, NV, December 03, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The first batch of HAGA's new 105 Varieties Complete Survival Seeds Pack has just been shipped to Amazon.com's warehouse, a company representative confirmed earlier today.

"We are happy to announce that our brand new seeds pack has arrived safely at one of Amazon's warehouses. We're beginning to fill our inventory in preparation for the upcoming product release," stated the HAGA representative.

The said product is set to be released by the end of the month. This new seeds pack from HAGA offers even more varieties than the company's first pack. It features 105 organic heirloom fruits, vegetables and herbs that are perfect for both the home gardener and survival prepper.

All of the seed varieties are also non-GMO, non-hybrid, open-pollinated, and 100% organic—the 4 major qualities that HAGA always guarantees in its products.

"We always see to it that our seed packs are of the highest quality possible. Our objective is to provide the safest and healthiest heirloom seeds to our customers so they can grow abundant gardens and eat fresher, better foods at home," the representative stated.

Upon announcement of HAGA's upcoming product, people have shown great interest by making loads of inquiries and pre-orders to the company.

"The reception has been amazing. We've been getting many calls and order requests from our loyal customers as well as potential customers even though the pack hasn't officially been released yet. We are very grateful for the support that people are giving us. We're working on making our 105 Varieties Seeds Pack available on Amazon.com very soon. We will keep you updated," said the company representative.

More details about HAGA's 105 Varieties pack can be seen on the company's website.

Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on a wide range of products, and his expertise in the field of heirloom gardening is no exception. He works on organic garden and his heirloom seeds pack collection during his free time.
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