Edible Garden receives notice of allowance for US patent for self-watering display

Edible Garden has received a Notice of Allowance from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for its patent application for the company's proprietary Self-Watering Display, which is designed to provide an enhanced in-store plant display experience.

Mr. Jim Kras, Chief Executive Officer of Edible Garden, commented, "Receiving this patent is a testament to our innovative capabilities. It also provides protection for our proprietary Self-Watering Display, which has already shown its value in extending shelf life, ensuring maximum freshness, and significantly reducing spoilage at retail locations. By integrating this state-of-the-art technology, retailers can confidently present their plants in optimal freshness, leading to reduced shrink and, ultimately, a better product for consumers."

"The self-watering display was first introduced at Meijer locations chain-wide. Due to its noteworthy success at Meijer, the way has been paved for a nationwide rollout, with additional retail partners across our distribution network now actively incorporating the self-watering display into their stores. We are committed to leading the way in sustainable and efficient in-store plant presentation, ensuring that consumers across the country can experience the freshest, most vibrant plants on the market," concluded Mr. Kras.

For more information:
Edible Garden
283 County Road 519
Belvidere, NJ 07823
Tel.: (844) 344-3727
www.ediblegarden.com


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