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La Bonne Fille Fine Tea Company launches e-commerce

La Bonne Fille said it uses refillable tea packaging made of rigid cardboard with paper coating free from gloss, foil, or wax.

January 26, 2022   by CM Staff

Photography provided by La Bonne Fille (CNW Group/La Bonne Fille)

TORONTO — Fine tea company, La Bonne Fille, has launched with its eCommerce platform, introducing an lineup of 11 flavours including Blueberry Tease, Sultry Chai, Rose Blush, Pumpkin Chai, Untamed Turmeric, Entanglement, Creamy Earl Grey, Chamomile Opulence, Cherry Kiss, Sensual Spearmint and Velvety Vanilla.

The company also stated that their brand has launched a customizable Mélange à Trois Gift Set, with the option to select any three of its flavours included with the purchase.

The company stated it has kept sustainability the forefront of its production process and has sourced materials responsibly. The fine teas used in the brand have been sourced from a selection farms. The company stated that all blending is done in Canada with quality control measures in place.

“Looking back at the history and folklore of tea, there’s always been something romantic and whimsical about it. I realized there was a niche in the market and an opportunity to bring forward a product that is outside of the traditional medicinal and wellness tea offerings currently available,” said Kristin Grad, Founder and CEO of La Bonne Fille in a statement.

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“I’m so thrilled to be bringing this brand to market with the launch of our eCommerce, and helping tea lovers savour the full sensory experiences with our products that are responsibly sourced and sustainable.”

La Bonne Fille said it uses refillable tea packaging made of rigid cardboard with paper coating free from gloss, foil, or wax.

La Bonne Fille’s teabags are made from plant -based, biodegradable PLA-KNIT tea filter material. PLA-KNIT is composed of PLA fibres that have been converted into a mesh fabric that is free of DNA, micro-plastic, and GMOs.

Also, the cotton string and printed-paper tag are attached to the PLA mesh using ultrasonic vibrational technology which fuses the string to the mesh instead of applying glue. The same technique is used when the rolled PLA mesh is spun into a pyramid shape and sealed during production on the tea bag machine at the manufacturing site.


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