A cup of wellness and balance

posted May 10, 2021 at 09:15 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
A favorite tea company unveils a new look, highlighting the beauty and power of Mother Earth’s organic gardens and its commitment to support the community and the environment.

A cup of wellness and balance
English Tea Shop’s warehouse and production facilities received the SGS COVID-19 Control Program Certification. The UK tea brand highlights support to the community and environment in its refreshed packaging.
English Tea Shop products, with their new mandala labels, highlight the value of wellness and balance. To the UK company, the mandala represents the virtuous support system it aims to build between small businesses, society, and the environment at large.

Additionally, to make it even more appealing to the wellness-conscious audience, the word “organic” is now front and center to emphasize English Tea Shop’s commitment to being 100 percent free from synthetic chemicals.

The company recently received the SGS COVID-19 Control Program Certification, affirming that its warehouse and production facilities adhere to the highest standards of safety while protecting their employees and products.

A cup of wellness and balance

English Tea Shop’s range of teas includes Chamomile, Perfect Peppermint, English Breakfast, Turmeric Ginger Lemongrass, Slim Me, and Sleepy Me, among others. They are available at Robinsons Supermarket, The Marketplace, and Shopwise stores nationwide, and via GoRobinsons.ph and MetroMart.

Topics: Mother Earth , organic gardens , English Tea Shop products , SGS COVID-19 Control Program Certification
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