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Stash Tea Canada Products

At Stash Tea, they pride themselves on continuing the 5000-year-old tea tradition by creating top quality and delicious specialty teas with natural ingredients. The company began in Portland, Oregon, deriving their name from an amusing historical anecdote about the "stashes" of tea kept by the clipper ship captains who once transported it. At Stash, they are proud of their careful selection of quality tea gardens that treat their workers honestly and fairly. Due to their commitment to the environment the company uses recycled paper and paper from sustainably managed forests for their packaging, and chooses not to use plastic overwrapping. Their teas are gluten free, Kosher certified and free of milk, eggs, fish, crustaceans, shellfish, tree nuts, wheat, and soybeans. Our most popular Stash Tea products include Stash Tea Double Spice Chai Tea,Stash Tea Black Forest Tea and Stash Tea Peppermint Herbal Tea.

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