Organic tea: A conscious choice for health and the environment
Hello dear tea friends! Today everything revolves around organic tea. Perhaps you have already asked yourself whether there is a difference between organic tea and conventional tea and whether this difference justifies the higher price. Let's clarify these questions together.
1. What does "organic tea" actually mean?
Organic tea comes from ecological cultivation. This means that the tea is grown without chemical pesticides, fertilizers or genetically modified organisms. Organic tea is also free from artificial flavors and colorings.
2. Health Benefits
Since organic tea is grown without chemical substances, it also contains fewer residues of these substances. This is good for your body and especially important if you drink tea regularly.
3. Good for the environment
Organic farming not only protects our health, but also the environment. By doing without chemical fertilizers and pesticides, soil, water and living beings are protected.
4. Fair trade and social responsibility
Many organic teas come from fair trade. This means that the tea farmers receive fair wages and work under good working conditions. With every sip of tea you support a fairer world.
5. How do I recognize organic tea?
You can recognize organic tea by the organic seal on the packaging. In the EU, for example, the EU organic logo and the German organic seal guarantee that the tea has been grown according to certain ecological standards.
We hope that with this article we were able to give you an insight into the world of organic tea. As always, the best tea is the one that tastes good and is good for you. With this in mind: Enjoy your tea!
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