Nov 9, 2016
BrazelBerries Line Rebrands As Bushel and Berry

Star Roses and Plants has announced a rebrand of BrazelBerries line of small fruit to Bushel and Berry.

“Following the purchase of the BrazelBerries program this past May, we asked our Network Growers, garden centers and consumers for feedback,” says Layci Gragnani, program manager of Bushel and Berry. “Enthusiasm was very strong for what Fall Creek had done creating and building the program, but there were naming and packaging improvements we identified. After much discussion and thought, we decided to rename and rebrand the program to Bushel and Berry.”

The rebrand includes a new logo, tags and containers, which will be available at retail in 2017. Star Roses and Plants will also build a new website for the collection,, which will launch in January 2017.

Gragnani says one of the goals of the rebrand is to reach a new group of consumers. “Berry consumption is continuing to rise among consumers, especially millennials, who are striving to eat healthier and grow their own food,” says Gragnani. “Our new name and look, which is reminiscent of the biodegradable berry baskets found at farmers markets, allows us to reach this expanding audience.”

The new tagline, “Homegrown Berries” quickly explains the collection. “We wanted to capture the consumers attention within a few seconds of seeing the product,” explains Gragnani. “By evoking a farmers market feel they can relate to, they will likely make an easier decision to purchase.”

Bushel and Berry is a collection of raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries that are compact, self-pollinating, and delicious. They are perfect in the landscape or in patio pots for small space gardeners.


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