Berry Energy Logs

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Silvereye in particular love our Wild Bird Energy Logs. Chuck a few of these in a feeder and soon enough the fine-eyed flock will find their way to your garden.

Shaped into long cylinders, these energy logs, like all of our energy range, are based around sustainably-sourced vegetable oil. With natural flavour added to entice, these 100% delicious treats are made to power up your tiny backyard visitors.

1: Also available with peanut flavouring

2: Use these to keep your Soargasbord well stocked

3: Energy logs are known for attracting silvereye, sparrow, thrush, waxeye, blackbird and yellowhammer

4: Provides an immediate source of energy often essential for survival during breeding or winter months

5: Packaging is compostable. Made from plant-based materials, the film and tray is certified as compostable in home compost systems. Simply cut it into thin pieces and add to your pile.

Ingredients: Vegetable fat, wheat flour, and berry flavouring.

FAQs

Where can commercially compostable packaging be processed in New Zealand?

A number of facilities around New Zealand accept commercially compostable packaging, and the list is growing.

  • Christchurch City Council Organics Processing Plant – Operated by Living Earth
  • Capital Compost – Wellington Southern Landfill
  • Revital - Central North Island including Waikato, Bay of Plenty and Taranaki
  • Palmerston North City Council (Awapuni Resource Recovery Park)
  • Hampton Organics – Hampton PARRC - Waikato
  • Envirofert Limited - Auckland & Waikato

An alternative is to find someone locally who makes “hot compost”. In this method of composting, the temperature of the heap rises to 55°C, just like a commercial facility. Our packaging will break down in a well-managed hot compost heap.

 

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