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Chrysal Compostable sachet

Chrysal Compostable sachet is our well known flower food in a 100% industrial compostable packaging. The wellbeing of the environment is becoming evermore important. At Chrysal we are constantly looking for ways to contribute to a better environment. This is why, after extensive tests with multiple materials, we are happy to introduce a compostable flower food sachet. The sachet is produced from 100% industrial compostable film made from 2 organic layers. This means the sachet can be thrown away together with your garden and organic waste. The sachet is fully industrial compostable in 12 weeks time; just as quick as a banana or orange peel. Our flower food keeps flowers more beautiful up to 60% longer. The Chrysal Compostable sachet comes in a modern design, in line with our new branded flower food packs.

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Effects & benefits

  • A packaging that is 100% industrial compostable in 12 weeks.
  • Certified according to the European norm EN 13432.
  • Extends the vase life of flowers up to 60% compared to the use of water alone.
  • Reduces the pH and stimulates water uptake and food consumption.
  • Stimulates the bud and flower development, keeps leaves and stems firm and green.
  • Allows a vase life guarantee of over 7 days.
  • The benefits of our flower food are probably a very well kept secret - watch this short film for more info.
  • Watch our care tips film here and feel free to share!

Extra information

  • Available in powders sachets for 1 litre of solution in cartons of 1000 and 500 sachets
  • If you want to know more about the Chrysal Compostable sachet, then read our Q&A.
  • For more information on availability please contact your local sales manager

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Tips

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Tips

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Common problems

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What can you do to avoid limp flower petals?
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