The Consumer, Commercial and Industrial DEMAND for environmentally-friendly natural supplements is growing exponentially.
The demand for non-toxic fertilizers is spreading beyond organic farmers into global mainstream operations. Greenstreme ANSWERS that demand.
Our proprietary technology creates a nutrient rich fertilizer alternative without the offensive smell common to competitive products.
U.S. Patent #7,678,171 B2
Canadian Patent #2,546,156
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U.S. State approved grow-operations
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The chemical structure of our product allows it to remain in the soil longer; increasing yield while requiring fewer applications.
We utilize byproducts from fisheries that if left improperly disposed of are harmful to the environment. We turn this waste into a resource.
Unlike fish emulsions, the patented GreenStreme production method uses a unique cold hydrolysis process that nearly eliminates the unpleasant odors associated with competitive products.
(SBG) is a new green technology company preparing to launch an organic fertilizer trademarked “GreenStreme,” derived from fresh fish processing using a patented cold hydrolysis technology.
This technology creates a nutrient rich fertilizer alternative without the offensive smell common to competitive products and answers the call for sustainable (organic) agriculture that is growing so fast that consumer demand is outpacing domestic supplies.
Governments and the social conscience of its citizens are pushing for accelerated use of organic fertilizers but the source and quality of its supply continues to be the challenge. This change in customer attitude and purchasing behavior has created a growing demand for organic products with a large amount of organic fertilizers being derived from plant and or animal sources like fish waste processing.
GreenStreme is a “waste to resource” organic fertilizer produced from fresh fish waste and turned into a stable liquid with common attributes of a chemical-based fertilizer (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium) PLUS important micro-nutrients including zinc, iron, manganese, molybdenum, and copper. The nitrogen and other nutrients are chelated, so they are readily available for plant utilization. Unlike fish emulsions, the patented GreenStreme production method uses a unique cold hydrolysis process that nearly eliminates the unpleasant odors associated with competitive products while maximizing the retention of fish proteins and oils.
GreenStreme has proven to be significantly different from other fish fertilizers on the market, and the company believes that sales will ramp up exponentially after a successful small-scale entry into the retail marketplace in Q4, 2018.
SBG expects to launch future products using organic, non-toxic formulations, for consumer, commercial and industrial markets.
Fertilizers are added to the soil in order to increase the supply of essential nutrients that boost the growth of plants and vegetation in that soil. With the rapid increase in global population there has never been a time when fertilizer use was in such demand to maintain and grow agricultural yield. Unfortunately, the long-term impact on fertilizer use is also known to deplete the quality of soil, cause eutrophication (flow of harmful nutrients into bodies of water that promote algae blooms), negatively impact human health and is a contributing cause of climate change across the globe.
Strat Brands believes that it’s GreenStreme fish fertilizer supplement is superior to other fish derived alternatives. The most significant difference is that the source of the fish for GreenStreme comes from fresh water fisheries instead of seagoing fish. Most fish fertilizer products are produced from processing operations that dump their fish waste into tanks or hoppers where it sits until its time to conduct the fertilizer production process. Most often the process to convert the waste into fertilizer involves cooking to break down the various parts to create an emulsion. This high temperature process negatively impacts the retained value of the important oils, amino acids, vitamins, and enzymes. Fish waste that also sits for too long in tanks before processing begins to rot and results in an end product that smells offensive to most consumers. Another inconvenient aspect of competitor product is the absence of fine screening to remove any remaining bits of bone or cartilage to ensure their products accommodate the small orifices in conventional liquid fertilizer spray equipment. GreenStreme’s patented production process uses fresh water fish by-products that are processed almost immediately after harvesting. This provides an industry leading low odor profile that customers want and its low micron particle size accommodates almost all liquid fertilizer application equipment. The high micro to macro-nutrient content, a benefit resulting from cold hydrolysis vs cooking methods, also differentiate it from products currently available.
A few of the known fish derived fertilizers or solid conditioners include: Alaska 5-1-1 fish fertilizer is one of the leading brands. It is produced by Lilly Miller using ocean fish by-products and a method that we suspect involves cooking. They have added macronutrients to market a consistent 5-1-1 products and have covered up the fish smell with a fragrance. Grassoline, has a 2-3-0 that has been stabilized with phosphoric acid to allow for packaging in smaller containers and offer a 2-0-0 in a large selection of packaging sizes. Pacific Natural 2-3-0 is produced by Great Pacific Bio-Products Ltd. The product is processed using enzymes at low temperatures and filtered down to 80 mesh.
SBG recently acquired the GreenStreme fish fertilizer product that was an overlooked market opportunity for the previous owner. Although the owner was awarded both U.S. and Canadian patents (2010/2014) after extensive and successful testing, it lacked the working capital to launch a commercial production and distribution business.
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There is a double-digit growth in the organic food and drink market, which is anticipated to create a heavy impact on the global organic fertilizer market.
Organic agricultural land has shown an increase of approx. 83% in the last 10 years (annual compound growth of 7.5%)
The suppliers of raw fish waste are principally the freshwater fisheries of the Great Lakes, which are the largest in the world.
Rainbow Trout are a top nutrient-rich input to the GreenStreme process.
Distribution will include retail and commercial paths to market.
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Product has been developed, tested, proven, and will be produced for wholesale/retail/end-user distribution. Pro forma analysis shows a very conservative EBITDA of $259,687 for a 59.8% gross operating margin. The current valuation is $2.50 million (9.6 X pro forma EBITDA).
Full commercialization and broad marketing of GreenStreme targeted for 2Q 2019.
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