“The Food you eat should be your best medication and the Medication you take should be your best food”
We are growers and importers of Organic Tea Products. We sell a wide variety of Herbal Tea Products.
Our herbal tea products carry a long, delicious history and a wealth of flavor, health benefits and comfort.
If you’re a tea connoisseur, you’ll appreciate our tea selection. In addition to our own teas, we source some of our teas from a few major tea-growing farms around the world. So whatever it may be, you are assured of both quality and conscience when it comes from us.
Wholesale prices are available for retail stores, restaurants, etc. Please contact us for pricing and applicable shipping cost.
ABOUT OUR PRODUCTS:
Some things are just no brainers, like knowing you can always find a lot of organic tea products on our online stores.
We offer our valued customers the biggest and best choice we possibly can because it's an important part — perhaps the most important part — of our commitment to our customers and the planet.
Choosing organic supports farmers and producers who believe in good health, quality foods, and earth-friendly sustainable agricultural practices. And that's good for everyone, from the farm worker to the planet to your family — and future generations too.
What Does "Organic" Mean?
Organic agriculture is a production method that emphasizes the use of renewable resources and the conservation of soil and water to enhance environmental quality. Organic food products are produced using:
a. Agricultural management practices that promote healthy eco-systems and prohibit the use of genetically engineered seeds or crops, sewage sludge, long-lasting pesticides, herbicides or fungicides.
b. Livestock management practices that promote healthy humanely treated animals by providing organically grown feed, fresh air and outdoor access while using no antibiotics or added growth hormones.
c. Food processing practices that protect the integrity of the organic product and disallow irradiation, genetically modified ingredients (GMOs) or synthetic preservatives.
Organic products reduce public health risks to farm workers, their families, and consumers by minimizing their exposure to toxic and persistent chemicals on the farm and in food, the soil in which they work and play, the air they breathe, and the water they drink. Children are especially vulnerable to pesticides. Thus, offering organic food and fiber products gives parents the option of choosing products produced without the use of these toxins.
Not only does organic production help reduce public health risks, mounting evidence shows that food grown organically are rich in nutrients, such as Vitamin C, iron, magnesium, and phosphorus, with less exposure to nitrates and pesticide residues in organically grown fruits, vegetables, and grains when compared to conventionally grown products.