Category Archives: Tea and social justice

POLL: What’s important to you when buying tea?

This post is inspired by a number of conversations I’ve had with people about Brits and tea habits, new stories, blog posts and advertising I have seen about what factors influence tea drinkers’ decisions to buy certain teas and what … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Postcard Teas – New Assam

Tea: Blend of black Assam teas from three farmers – Dalim Bora (Naharkatia, Assam, India), Pallabjyoti Nath (Sonitpur, Assam, India) and Denish Lohan (Moran, Assam, India) Purchased at: Postcard Teas Link to New Assam on Postcard Teas website Assam teas … Continue reading

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TEA TOPICS: Creating better deals for tea pickers and farmers

Photo credit: JusTea Earlier this month Oxfam published a sobering report about wages paid to tea pickers. The report concluded that tea pickers in countries such as Malawi, India and Indonesia were either being paid below the World Bank’s poverty … Continue reading

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