Flying High with Tea
Clipper Teas, which holds one third of the total organic tea market in the UK, is coming
to Australia next week to introduce the Australian market to the new look Clipper tea
The supplier of choice in Fairtrade teas for Cathay Pacific Airlines, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Eurostar, TGV French rail network and Nandos restaurant group; Clipper Teas has just rebranded its tea range to help it remain at the forefront of this popular English cultural tradition.
Established in Dorset in 1984, Clipper Teas has led the way in green tea, white tea and organic teas and infusions, and were the first tea company in the UK to carry the Fairtrade Mark.
Clipper’s teas are all organic, using no artificial ingredients, unbleached tea bags, and fully biodegradable paper materials in their packaging.
Clipper Tea’s Everyday Tea is their flagship blend sourced from Fairtrade-certified tea
Clipper Teas is coming to Australia next week as part of a trade delegation of twenty-one
companies from the South West region organised by UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) the
British Government’s trade and development arm. British exports rose 15.5% in the
second quarter of 2010 off the back of a very competitive British pound and a swiftly
recovering British economy.
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