Natural supplements company Hilton Herbs will still unveil its new brand overhaul on Friday, despite the cancellation of Badminton Horse Trials.

Hilton Herbs had hoped to launch new products, a new catalogue and new branding at the horse trials.

“Sadly Badminton has been cancelled but the launch of Hilton Herb’s new catalogue, new packaging, and new products, planned for Friday 4 May, is still going ahead,” said Hilton Herbs’ Tony Self.

“We will be running a sizzling offer to accompany the new products so check out our website on Friday or sign up to their newsletter for the latest info on all things herbal.”

New supplements include Insu-lite – a mix formulated to help maintain and manage horses and ponies’ weight by improving their glucose metabolism.

Some of the products names have also been simplified as part of the re-branding.

“The new names just make it a bit easier for people to identify what the products actually do,” said Mr Self.

“For example, Equilibrium has been re-named Easy Mare, so it does what it says on the tin.”

The Somerset-based company currently sells to over 40 countries worldwide and is hoping to increase trade in America, France, Germany and Japan.

For more information visit www.hiltonherbs.com