Organic food brand, What On Earth, is now supplying and distributing English Tea Shop teas.
The teas available are Fairtrade and certified organic by the Soil Association.
Award winning What On Earth will supply more than 20 flavours of English Tea Shop teas in both envelope and silken pyramid tea bags. The selection of teas will include favourites such as English Breakfast, Earl Grey, Green Tea, Peppermint, Black Tea Chai and Superberries.
The envelope tea bags will be available as retail products. There are 20 envelope tea bags per unit and six units per case. The pyramid tea bags will be available for both retail and foodservice. There are 15 pyramid tea bags per retail unit and 100 pyramid bags per foodservice unit. There are six units per case.
What On Earth’s co-founder, Jeremy Jaffe, said: “We are proud to be working with English Tea Shop. It is a well-respected brand with a vast range of top quality teas on offer.
“We have selected teas that sit well beside our own products and enhance the high standard of the food we make and supply. All the teas are Fairtrade and organic so suit the What On Earth brand. We are a very environmentally friendly company so it seems only right that we partner with a company that has such excellent green credentials.”
English Tea Shop (UK) is a 100% privately owned company based in the United Kingdom. It has its own manufacturing facility in Sri Lanka and is a Fairtrade company.
Most English Tea Shop teas are certified organic by the Soil Association. Some are also Rainforest Alliance Certified and some have Ethical Tea Partnership Certification. The company procures the teas and ingredients from farms that practice sustainable agricultural practices.
Ranjeeva De Silva, director of English Tea Shop, said: “I am delighted to be working with What On Earth. The company is well known in the organic food industry and produces some of the best organic food on the market, so I believe it is a great fit for our brand. This new partnership will raise brand awareness and will allow for English Tea Shop teas to become more readily available to retail and catering establishments.”