Ethics & Standards
Each shipment is packed in a recyclable box with recycled packing material from Eco-Enclose. The tea tin can be re-used to store kitchen spices, sewing materials, rings, nails, etc.
The labels on the tin are Vellum which is a 100% recycled with post-consumer waste material. The label can be removed in hot water for easy re-use of the tin.
We believe in rest. We believe in listening to our bodies & allowing ourselves to be human. We take an outside of the box approach to what work means & want it to be sprinkled with inspiration & creativity whenever possible. We don't believe in "hustling" & other capitalist concepts that turn us into production machines and take us away from our humanness.
Anna's Tea is an inclusive brand made for all bodies. We make it a priority to use language & appropriate verbiage to include all types of people. We are always learning & stretching our umbrella, so please let us know if there is some way we have not made you feel included.
Made on Nisenan Land
We run Anna's Tea on Nisenan Land & honor the tribe by contributing to the Ancestral Homelands Reciprocity Program monthly. We encourage you to learn about the Native tribe who's land you are living on & acknowledge them through donation or another action that the tribe may be asking for. The website https://native-land.ca is a great place to start. Honoring the Native Tribe where you live is a part of re-writing white-washed history and annotating the record for future generations.
Donation to Color Me Human
A monthly donation is made to this local organization in Nevada County run by and for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Color Me Human will resource, serve and center BIPOC in Nevada County, which is an 87% white county (2nd whitest in CA).
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Anna's Tea products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information on this website is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. For more information pertaining to your personal needs please see a qualified health practitioner.