Only if it's organic and Fair Trade.
Companies like Lipton, Red Rose, etc. don't claim any of those important considerations. Many big tea "estates" they are often called now (instead of plantations) sometimes exploit child labor and/or don't pay a fair wage. Sometimes workers are exposed to toxic chemical sprays which are also on the tea itself.
Clean tea will always be organic. Some of Stash Tea's teas are organic. The fair trade law organizational efforts in tea production are still trying to pull things together it seems. But it is still a better choice if you can get it.
I LOVE TEA!! All kinds. Green, black and herbal. I love to try out new teas. Such a wonderful thing.
Skeeuz me; gotta go fix me a cupo tea.
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