Our Tea sourcing Process

Our Tea Sourcing Process focuses on quality and sustainability. Kenya is known for its rich and diverse tea flavors, and at our company, we take great pride in sourcing the best quality tea from within Kenya through social responsible & sustainable agricultural practices 7 partnerships .

Our Partnerships with Kenyan Tea Farmers Benefit Both People and Planet

  • Kenya is one of the largest producers of tea in the world, with over 500,000 small-scale farmers involved in its production. These farmers rely on tea as their main source of income, making it a vital part of their livelihoods. However, traditional tea farming practices in Kenya have often been unsustainable, leading to deforestation, soil erosion, and water pollution. This not only harms the environment but also affects the quality of the tea produced.

    To address these issues, we have formed partnerships with small-scale tea farmers in Kenya, providing them with training and resources to adopt sustainable farming practices. This includes techniques such as intercropping, which involves planting different crops together to improve soil health and prevent erosion. We also encourage the use of natural fertilizers and pesticides, reducing the harmful chemicals that end up in the tea and the surrounding environment.

    By working closely with these farmers, we have been able to improve the quality of the tea they produce, making it more desirable in the global market. This, in turn, has increased their income and improved their standard of living. We also pay fair prices for their tea, ensuring that they receive a fair share of the profits and are not exploited by middlemen.

    But our partnerships with Kenyan tea farmers go beyond just sustainable farming practices. We also prioritize social responsibility and community development. Through our partnerships, we have been able to provide education and healthcare programs for the farmers and their families. We have also helped to build schools and provide clean water sources in the communities where the farmers live.

    In addition to benefiting the farmers and their communities, our sustainable sourcing practices also have a positive impact on the environment. By reducing the use of chemicals and promoting sustainable farming techniques, we are helping to preserve the natural resources and biodiversity of the areas where the tea is grown. This not only benefits the local ecosystem but also contributes to global efforts to combat climate change.

    Furthermore, our partnerships with Kenyan tea farmers have also allowed us to establish a transparent and traceable supply chain. We know exactly where our tea comes from and can ensure that it is ethically and sustainably produced. This gives our customers peace of mind, knowing that their purchase is not only of high quality but also supports a cause they believe in.

    In conclusion, our partnerships with Kenyan tea farmers demonstrate our commitment to sustainable sourcing and responsible business practices. By working together, we are able to produce high-quality tea while also benefiting the farmers, their communities, and the environment. We believe that this is the only way to ensure a better future for both people and the planet.