WITH online sales rocketing as a result of lockdown, one Denbighshire business recently launched a new and improved website to make it easier for customers to order online.

Online shopping rates surged by 129% last April in the UK and Europe - according to Astound Commerce research - and it is rapidly shifting customer expectations of what they get from ecommerce.

As a result, Rhug Estate, based near Corwen, have made changes to their website.

Visitors to www.rhug.co.uk can now easily navigate around more of their favourite products that they were able to get in the Farm Shop when allowed to travel.

Screenshot of Rhugs new website.

Screenshot of Rhug's new website.

A screenshot of how Rhug's website looks.

Lord Newborough, owner of Rhug Estate said: “The immediate shift to online shopping last year certainly tested our website’s capabilities and we had to act fast to meet the increased online shopper demands.

"I appreciate that online shopping is now here to stay, and as much as we miss serving our customers face to face in our Farm Shop we are grateful for their loyalty in switching to buying from us online. We are delighted with the look and functionality of our new website. We hope our customers like it also.”

Rhug Estate’s range of organic meat has been extended in the online shop as well as the Rhug Wild Beauty skin and body care collections.

Customers can also purchase a wider range of artisan, local, luxury food and drink that were previously only available to Farm Shop visitors.