What's an "eco" tea? "Eco" comes from the greek word "oikos," which means "home." Ecology is the study of home. Economy is the management of the home. EcoTeas likes to think of home on three levels: the body, the household and the planet. That's why an "eco" tea is healthy, affordable and sustainable. EcoTeas Yerba Mate Loose Tea is some of the finest yerba mate on the planet. It comes from a three-generation family farm in northern Argentina. It is certified organic, fair trade, and kosher. EcoTeas plants thousands of native trees on its partner farm each year to create shade, enhance biodiversity, and diversify the local economy. EcoTeas' one-of-a-kind yerba has a vital aroma and a light, clean taste. It is dried with warm air instead of the usual smoke, then aged for at least nine months. Finally, EcoTeas removes the stems and powder to achieve a pure-leaf product of exceptional quality and potency.
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