Clipper Teas, the natural and organic tea brand owned by Wessanen UK, has expanded its range of the UK’s most naturally decaffeinated tea to the Health Food Trade following increased consumer demand.
The bolstered range includes two new Fairtrade and organic options: Earl Grey Decaf Tea and Pure Green Decaf Tea, in addition to their Everyday Decaf Tea, in order to offer more choice to consumers.
Clipper Teas uses a completely natural decaffeination process, filtering the tea with CO2 rather than using harsh chemicals. The process is approved for organic products as a more natural way to decaffeinate, that doesn’t leave behind any harmful residues – aligned with Clipper’s commitment to making natural, fair and delicious tea.
The decaffeinated category has grown by 6% in the past two years alone and within tea it is projected to be worth an additional £3m to the category by 2022.
“Decaffeinated tea consumption is on the rise for a number of reasons; growing awareness of the natural benefits of good sleep; increased appeal with a younger and more health-conscious demographic and rising demand for specialist teas that can support a healthier lifestyle.
“As part of Wessanen UK, Clipper is focused on making every cup count to support people to make better health choices for themselves, and the health of the planet through organic, Fairtrade and sustainable tea.”
The products will be listed in Whole Foods, Planet Organic and other independent food stores with an RRP of £3.49 per pack. The range will later be rolled out in selected supermarkets.
Everyday Decaf Tea - A wonderfully full and rich brew, blended with Assam, gently decaffeinated the natural way.
Earl Grey Decaf Tea - A light, refreshing tea with the delicious and distinctive citrus zing of natural Bergamot, gently decaffeinated the natural way.
Pure Green Decaf Tea - Flawless, light green tea, delicately decaffeinated for those looking for a spring in their step and a sparkle in their cup.
Clipper Teas and brand owner, Wessanen UK, are both certified B Corp and are committed to being a driving force for good through putting nature first and working in the most sustainable way possible; operating with purpose and looking to benefit others by building a more sustainable economy.
- Rhiannon Winfield
- Kara Buffrey