HAGA’s Best-Selling Vegetable Seed Packs Exceed 250 Customer Reviews on Amazon

Incline Village, NV, March 15, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Home and Garden America (HAGA) is pleased to announce another key milestone in the company's history. The Nevada-based heirloom seed company has now received more than 250 customer reviews on Amazon.com—making it one of the most trusted heirloom vegetable seed sellers online.

Chuck Harmon, HAGA's Founder and CEO, had this to say about his firm's latest achievement:

"It feels amazing to get such positive feedback on our heirloom seed products. We try very hard to provide a wonderful experience to our valued customers, so it's really great when they take the time to write and let us know that we're successful in doing that. It is truly an honor for us because they're the ones who make our job so fulfilling. We always appreciate their positive feedback and consider whatever suggestions they may have so we can further enhance our products."

Home and Garden America's heirloom seed packs currently has 255 reviews on Amazon.com. 218 of these product reviews have garnered 5 stars, thus giving the company a high approval score from customers. HAGA's products also have an impressive rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars, that's why many survival gardeners and health food enthusiasts highly favor these vegetable seeds.

Apart from its recent customer review milestone, the company also ranks as the number-one best seller on Amazon's Vegetable Plants & Seeds category. This only proves that HAGA is king when it comes to premium-quality heirloom vegetable seeds.

"We have taken every effort to assemble the finest-quality, American seeds available and put them into 50 Varieties and 105 Varieties seed packs for everyone to enjoy. We will soon be releasing two new seed packs so that our customers can choose the best one for their gardening and survival preparedness needs," said Harmon.

More details are available on the company's Amazon page.

Chuck Harmon has been writing about Home and Garden America – organic heirloom seeds for several years, and the reception from the public has been highly rewarding.
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