RocketGro will unveil a brand-new range of liquid concentrate plant feed at Glee 2023 (stand 6B50-C51). The exciting launch plugs a gap in the market and creates further opportunities around organic growing, with quality liquid feeds offered at a competitive pricepoint and designed to sell through fast.
Created to provide a value proposition for gardeners seeking a sustainable and organic option, RocketGro’s newest range comprises five liquid concentrate feeds: Tomato Food, Rose & Shrub Plant Food, All-Purpose Plant Food, Ericaceous Plant Food, and Lawn Feed.
Offered in 1.5 litre bottles, including a generous 50% extra free during 2023/2024, the liquid plant feeds hit the right price point for both the consumer and retailer. Vibrant, showstopping packaging will stand out on sales fixtures, thanks to impactful imagery and a clear, compelling message.
Consumers seeking greener alternatives for gardening success will love this new range, as all products are chemical free, 100% organic approved, British grown, sourced and manufactured, and are the by-product of renewable energy production. Packaging is also 100% recyclable.
The beauty of these feeds is that they are not just a gimmick – they are based on a tried-and-tested formula that has been used by Somerset farmers for growing crops for decades and really works. Your customers will keep coming back for more once they’ve tasted growing success with RocketGro.
Managing Director, Toby Thomas said: “We saw the need for a value proposition within the liquid plant food market that fits into the sustainable and organic space. We believe this new range of liquid feeds will create real opportunities for retailers, including the potential to generate compelling linked sales to the RocketGro compost range – something that most plant feeds just cannot boast! Factor in the attractive price point, with market-leading 50% extra free, and stand-out packaging, and this is a truly powerful combination that makes this range of feeds built to sell!”
The brand-new liquid plant feeds join RocketGro’s existing organic, peat-free line up, including its flagship Magic Mulch, UK’s biggest Tomato & Veg planter, and RocketGro’s impressive River Cottage-endorsed collection of composts.
RocketGro recently partnered with EP Barrus to distribute its products, meaning the new liquid plant feeds will be showcased prominently at Glee, appearing on both RocketGro’s and Barrus’ stands. The show provides buyers with an exclusive first chance to get hands-on with this game-changing range, so come and talk to the RocketGro (stand 6B50-C51) and Barrus (stand 20D40-E41) teams to discover more.
Find out more
If you want to learn more about RocketGro or are keen to discuss adding its product portfolio into your 2023 offering, please contact Toby Thomas (email@example.com /07936 928 981) or Andy Abraham (firstname.lastname@example.org / 07446 937902). Discover more about the RocketGro story at www.rocketgro.co.uk
Notes to editors:
RocketGro was founded in early 2021, born out of a meeting of minds of two friends, Tim and Toby. Tim’s family has been successfully farming on their 5000-acre farm in the heart of Somerset for over 100 years. The farm produces an amazingly rich soil nourishing organic by-product from their biogas plant. The biogas powers thousands of homes, and until RocketGro was born, this by-product was only spread over the farmland, meaning the farm could avoid using chemical fertilisers.
Tim wanted to share this wonder product with gardeners all over the UK and he approached Toby to help him make this dream come true. RocketGro was born.
The RocketGro mission is to help gardeners move away from peat and therefore do our bit to help the environment. Our fabulous range of products is a near-total solution to any gardeners’ needs and the range is expanding even further. RocketGro puts a great deal of care and effort into producing our premium growing media products and aims to produce the finest compost products in a sustainable and nature loving eco-friendly way. Gardeners who become ‘RocketGrowers’ will see the difference.