CHEERS TO YOU
OUR FARM IN UJI, JAPAN DURING SHADING
We proudly source from small family farms in Uji, Japan, who practise only organic and sustainable matcha farming methods. No pesticides or chemical fertilizers ever. We repeat – real ingredients only.
Uji is also the place to be for the highest-quality organic, sustainable matcha in the world using only traditional farming methods. Safer for you and the farmer’s health. All-natural, without any weird stuff ever.
MEET OUR FARMER, WHO’S COLLECTING GREEN TEA LEAVES AFTER HARVEST
Our vision is to be 100% planet-friendly. From reducing our overall packaging to investing in post-consumer recycled materials, we put sustainability at the core of everything we do.
By using packaging that doesn’t harm our planet made from 70% FSC post-consumer recycled trees … uhm … paper we mean. Ensured our matcha tins are all 100% recyclable. We don’t dig chemicals either. That’s why we print with vegetable ink – in one of the greenest printing houses in the Netherlands.
PACKING OUR ORDERS
We’re proud to tell you we have partnered up with a social workplace to pack and ship your orders by people with special needs. We even ship your order with electric vans to make our transportation more sustainable. Together we create an inclusive and social workplace for all people. We believe doing good to our planet goes hand in hand with taking care of the people on it.
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JEROME DAMEY FOUNDATION
Giving free education and shelter to orphans and street children in Guinea, West Africa is what these guys are doing. They have so far build a water well and the first children are going to school. We love that they want to build small-scale homes where the children will receive love, attention and security.
Projet Primates is helping to rescue and release wild chimpanzees whose lives are in danger due to the destruction of forests, hunting, and pet trade in Guinea, West Africa. We love that they include the local community and provide medical help in exchange for food for the chimpanzees.