Algonquin Tea, Loose Pack, 1 oz


Many of our ingredients are foraged from the Canadian wilderness. Growing and harvesting areas in Whitney, located at the east gate of Algonquin Park on the Madawaska River, where we  practice Permaculture Forest gardening, and in Golden Lake on a 200-acre homestead where we are growing certified organic herbs, as well as many other locations. All of our herbs are wildcrafted (handpicked in the wild) in a sustainable manner (picking amounts that a deer would graze). Those herbs which are more rare are grown organically using non-mechanical, ecologically integrated and permacultural methods. No fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides or herbicides are used in or anywhere near where the herbs are grown or picked for the Algonquin Tea Co.


How does this product meet the minimum green requirements?

This product has been added by team members.


>50% Locally Sourced and Manufactured Ingredients

It appears that most ingredients are locally harvested within 1,000km of their manufacturing facility and are rapidly renewable. The product appears to be manufactured directly in Ontario.


50% Recycled or Upcycled Materials (Inc. Packaging)

It appears that the product is completely made in Canada, including paper packaging. The tea bags are exempt as they are considered a consumable item. The paper for package comes from Canada. The packaging is claimed to be 100% recycled material.


No harmful ingredients

It does not appear to contain any harmful ingredients and the tea bags are claimed to be unbleached.


How do you recycle this ?

This product may be recyclable in the glass, metal, plastic bins typically used for curbside pickup.  The manufacturer claimed via facebook message that the flat pouches are recyclable foil and the paper ones have a thin plastic liner. Recyclability may vary depending on your location. The lid appears to be plastic.

Tea bags are claimed to be unbleached and should be compostable.


Does this company meet any additional Green Commitments?

This product has been added be team members. It appears that Manufacturing, Farming (General) and Farming (Produce) would be applicable green commitment areas but it is not clear if any of the commitments are met.


What are the ingredients?


Ingredients listed on the website are: white pine*, sweet grass**, sage*


** Ethically wildcrafted


NOTE ON ECO-LOCALS.COM EXEMPTION: All claims are made based on manufacturer documentation and cannot take any responsibility for the accuracy of these claims.



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