Displaying the versatility of its products, Colpac’s compostable Souper Pots are being used as a packaging solution for a new ‘grow-your-own’ micro vegetable and herb brand.
The Pocket Garden Club was created in March 2020, during the lockdown, to enable anyone, regardless of available outdoor space, to sow, grow and eat their own micro greens.
With a simple mission, The Pocket Garden Club’s grow-your-own kits come with organic soil, non-GMO seeds, and easy to follow guides for people to harvest naturally grown micro greens straight from their homes.
Sold via online marketplaces including Etsy and Amazon, the founders of The Pocket Garden Club required a simple, sustainable packaging solution which would transport well.
Drawn to Colpac’s commitment to sustainability and compostable packaging solutions, the company opted for the compostable souper pot range. Importantly the lining of the pot provides a leak proof barrier, so any plant watering stays inside the pot. Additionally it is, light and compact, making it easy to post to customers cost effectively.
While The Pocket Garden Club has selected the 350ml Souper Pot, the range comes in a number of different sizes, from 225ml to 900ml, offering flexibility to the growing company.
Sid Ali, Founder of The Pocket Garden Club, comments: “We chose to partner with Colpac as we were impressed with their eco credentials and range of compostable packaging. We are now successfully trading on marketplaces such as Amazon, and we look forward to working with Colpac as we introduce more products in the future using their range of sustainable packaging solutions.”