Canada's David's Tea educates consumers about where its products come from geographically. In addition to sharing the regions where its green teas are sourced, the brand's website also includes details on the specific farms and families they are working with across the globe, whether in Lanxi, China or West Bengal, India.
Overall, the brand's transparent and ethical approach educates consumers about globally sourced teas while sharing fun and interesting facts about each type of green variety.
David's Tea recently added 'lung ching,' 'first flush darjeeling,' and 'zomba pearls' green tea flavors to their menu -- three organic flavors that will be available in store for a limited time. The teas are each linked to a geographical region and feature exclusive farming info that will appeal to consumers who are looking to make an ethical purchase.
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