87% Less Plastic. 25% More Reef Roids. Polyp Labs For The Win

18 Mar, 2022

Out with the old: Before 2022, Polyp Lab's Reef Roids came in a 60-gram jar with a retail price direct at $21.99
Out with the old: Before 2022, Polyp Lab’s Reef-Roids came in a 60-gram jar with a retail price direct at $21.99

Innovation and “new product news” doesn’t have to be the “next big thing” or another entry into a market full of similar products that all do the same thing. Sometimes, something as simple as a packaging change can make a product feel new, even reborn, and create a better product for the aquarist.

Straight from the newest issue of CORAL Magazine, Polyp Lab unveils beautiful new packaging that is a win for reefkeepers in a world of price inflation, and a win in the battle to reduce the world’s plastic use and waste stream.

It’s the same Reef-Roids coral food that authors mention in the pages of CORAL, but it’s now 75 grams (+25%) more for the same retail price of $21.99 in the U.S. Plus, by switching to a resealable pouch, 87% less plastic is used to package and ship the product.

An a major reduction in plastic use is good news for coral keepers, coming from a product that many already know and use in their reefs, in their stores, and at their coral farms.

In with the new: Refreshed Reef Roids packaging from Polyp Lab. 25% more food, 87% less plastic waste. #WINNING
In with the new: Refreshed Reef-Roids packaging from Polyp Lab. 25% more food, 87% less plastic waste. #WINNING

If you’re unfamiliar with Polyp Lab’s Reef-Roids, check out their ad on page 65 of the March/April issue of CORAL Magazine, or simply visit the Reef-Roids product page on their website.

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Matt Pedersen

Matt Pedersen is a Sr. Editor and Associate Publisher with Reef To Rainforest Media, LLC & CORAL Magazines, and is a Sr. Editor and Publishing Partner with Aquatic Media Press, LLC & AMAZONAS Magazine. Matt has kept aquariums for 38 years, has worked in most facets of the aquarium trade, is an active aquarist and fish breeder (both marine and freshwater), and was recognized with the 2009 MASNA Award as the MASNA Aquarist of the Year.

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