Remin Rock Dust backed for Four Oaks

The winner of best new retail product or service at Four Oaks Trade Show 2015 is set to launch a set of new set of products at this year's show.

Keith Brand, Jennifer Brodie
Keith Brand, Jennifer Brodie

"It is no longer a rumour or a secret that this ancient, freshly crushed, finely ground volcanic rock dust from Scotland, exceptionally rich in natural mineral and trace elements, significantly benefits soil health, the health of plants grown in it, and whilst still to be widely accepted, our own health and the health of our planet." says Jennifer Brodie, who has worked with the product for 14 years.

REMIN volcanic rock dust won the Best Retail Product or Service at the Four Oaks Trade Show 2015 and was a finalist in the Garden Retail and Industry Awards 2016.

In a "life mission" to open up new markets, Brodie is launching her new 10kg and 20kg packaging at Four Oaks Trade Show 2016 (6-7 September Lower Withington, Cheshire, stand C24).

Point of sale fliers and A3 laminates also show the new look with lovely fruit and vegetables all of which she grew herself in soils and composts 'remineralised' with REMIN volcanic rock dust.

Bathgate Horticulture Champions Blend - All Purpose Compost, with REMIN’s logo on outside is entered into Best Retail Product Award category at Four Oaks.

Brodie said: "This started from a wee tip I was given to speak to Bathgate Horticulture’s technical sales manager Andrew Peers at Four Oaks Trade Show 2015. I wonder what new developments I will have by the time Four Oaks Trade Show 2017 comes around."

Grower Keith Brand said: "Your secret of REMIN is safe with me. It definitely works as shown by my multitude of successes ths season so far. I daren’t tell anyone about it, it is such a great secret to have and I would be worse off without it. It works with virtually anything I grow, dahlias, asters, helchrysum, sunflowers, calendulas and gladioli. The stuff is brilliant and I would be grateful if you stopped advertising it everywhere! To the soil, every second year l use a 50 ml Greek yoghurt carton full over 6m square."

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