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Make 100: Herbal Teas made from New Zealand native plants

A project in Auckland, NZ by Puha Productions

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Aotea Tea uses naturally native Kawakawa or Manuka leaves in its special caffeine-free blends. Start the New Year healthy!
Backers: 53
Average Pledge Per Backer: $72 NZD

Funded: $3,812 NZD of $200 NZD
Dates: Dec 22nd -> Jan 31st (40 days)
Project By: Puha Productions
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Latest News

The Science behind the super-herb Manuka

January 14th - via:
An interesting article about Manuka's untapped potential:  manukas-role-in-herbal-medicine Enjoy!   (Read More)

We use safe natural paper tea bags

January 7th - via:
There's been controversy in the news recently about the unhealthy amount of micro plastics being released by the faddishly new pyramid nylon tea bags: plastic-tea-bags-release-billions-of-microplastics-into-every-cup Rest assured that Aotea Tea is... (Read More)

Aotea Tea is from a local certified organic supplier

January 1st - via:
Our tea is certified organic By Asurequality Ltd: All of our tea is certified organic from IFOAM—accredited organisations including Naturland, National Association for Sustainable Agriculture, Australia (NASAA), Institute for Marketecology (IMO),... (Read More)

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