If pure green tea just doesn't sit right with you then this combination with a kick of mint will be your jam! Perfect if you're feeling a little worse for wear!
Did you know a LOT of tea bags contain plastic even if they don't look like it? I know right - this blew my mind too after I had been putting tea bags in my compost bin for at least a year!!
I switched to loose leaf tea as soon as I found out and I love it but I know a lot of people love the convenience of traditional tea bags so now Teapigs make plastic free tea bags and packaging approved with the PLASTIC FREE logo as stamp of approval I am super happy to be adding them to Plastic Freedom!
WHAT ARE THEY MADE OF?
Tea Temples/Bags - These are made from corn starch and paper meaning it will break down in industrial composting in 12 weeks so put these in your council food waste bin
- Inner Bag (inside the cardboard carton) - This looks like plastic but is actually made from wood pulp and can be put in your home compost bin or council food waste
- Cardboard Box - FSC certified with vegetable ink and can be recycled in your general recycling
WHY I LOVE TEA PIGS
PLASTIC FREE - With the Plastic Free logo of approval certified by A Plastic Planet
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Please note that Teapigs are made in a factory that handles nuts.
nutrition per 100ml
- 3 kcal
- 0 sugar
- 0 fat
- trace carbohydrate
Green Tea with Mint x15 Tea Temples - Teapigs
Teapigs are an incredible company who really do care about the environment! They are B Corporation certified as a business (this is damn hard to achieve) meaning they have reached the highest standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency!
They are also certified plastic free and were the first tea company that was awarded the Plastic Free logo from A Plastic Planet!
We were the first tea company awarded the Plastic-Free trustmark from A Plastic Planet. This means that none of the tea bags or packaging contains conventional plastic which is derived from fossil fuels!
Chunmee green tea, peppermint leaves.