ingarden Takes a Stand Against Ocean Plastic Waste with New Upcycled Indoor Garden.

ingarden Takes a Stand Against Ocean Plastic Waste with New Upcycled Indoor Garden.

ingarden, the innovative health and wellness company, is excited to announce the launch of its latest product, ingarden Ocean, an indoor garden made from Upcycled Ocean Waste Plastic.The new product marks the companies continued commitment towards sustainability and building a better tomorrow, today. 

By making the newest ingarden using upcycled ocean plastic, every purchase the ingarden ocean helps to remove plastic waste from our oceans. Our oceans are  facing a serious plastic waste problem, and ingarden invites you to join their sustainability efforts by buying consciously this Earth day, and everyday.

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The ingarden ocean is the latest addition to the company's line of hydroponic systems that make indoor gardening simple, accessible and sustainable.  The mission of ingarden is to give anyone the tools to grow fresh, nutrient-rich super greens within just 7 days, and to get more nutrients and flavor into their daily meals.

"We're thrilled to launch ingarden ocean and bring this innovative, sustainably-minded product to even more people," said Mariana Ferreira, Co-CEO. "Our team has worked hard to create a hydroponic system that is not only easy to use but also beautiful to look at. With ingarden ocean, you can enjoy the benefits of indoor gardening while making a positive impact on the planet. With every purchase of ingarden ocean, you are removing 30 plastic water bottles from our oceans.”

ingarden is a cutting-edge hydroponic system that allows anyone to grow their own fresh microgreens and produce indoors, all year round. According to a review by Well+Good, "the ingarden is the perfect indoor garden for anyone who wants to grow their own greens, but lacks the space or experience to do so." The hydroponic system uses LED lights and water to create the perfect environment for plants to thrive. Forbes has also praised ingarden's hydroponic system, stating that it is "full-proof" and makes growing your own greens indoors easy and accessible.

ingarden has been committed to sustainability from the beginning. The original ingarden, the ingarden classic is made from stainless steel and ceramic. ingarden’s seed mats are 100% backyard compostable and even the packaging is made from recycled paper or cardboard, and is again recyclable. The launch of ingarden ocean further supports the company’s mission of using sustainable materials by incorporating upcycled materials. In addition to its commitment to using sustainable materials, ingarden has also launched several giveback efforts. For every ingarden classic sold, the company donates a meal to a child in need through the ShareTheMeal program with the World Food Program. With the launch of ingarden ocean, the company is partnering with 1% for the planet, whereby 1% of Profits go back to organizations that help heal our planet and our oceans.

The ingarden ocean is now available for pre-order in limited quantities , at a significant discount. Be a part of the indoor gardening revolution and grow your own greens with ingarden ocean. Visit to pre-order yours today. 

“We can't wait for people to experience the joy of growing their own fresh produce in their homes. And with our newest garden, you can smile knowing you are making a difference for future generations as well!" Said Co Founder, Christian Saitner.

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