Empathy launches new RHS endorsed bird feed range

by | May 23, 2022 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Natural gardening brand Empathy is set to launch a brand new premium wild bird feed range, endorsed by the RHS.

For the Love of Birds includes four core varieties, each using high quality ingredients and bright, impactful recyclable packaging. There are four specially blended, high nutrition products in the range including; Premium Blend Seed Mix, Sunflower Hearts, High Energy No Grow Mix and Peanuts.

RRPs start at £6.20 and, in addition to carrying the reassuring RHS stamp of approval, the range features the Fair to Nature accreditation* as many of the seeds are sourced from farms which deliver the highest level of biodiversity through habitat and farm management.

The range’s 100% recyclable packaging features seasonal advice and tips along with the wild bird varieties that each feed is suited to, providing customers with all the information they need to make the best choice for feeding small garden birds.

Speaking about the new range, Empathy director Simon Taylor says: “Empathy has a strong reputation for providing high quality and natural products that are endorsed by the RHS. The new For the Love of Birds range aligns perfectly with Empathy’s values, the high quality seeds offer great value and provide all of the nutrients needed to look after garden birds naturally and sustainably.”

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