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Cafédirect Fairtrade Handpicked Tea Bags pack 440

Viking Number Q2D-A02929

Cafédirect fair trade tea in a delicious everyday blend

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Cafédirect fair trade tea in a delicious everyday blend

TASTE THE DIFFERENCE. Cafédirect is a rich, rosy chestnut brew with a balanced warm comforting aroma and uplifting flavour.

FINEST TEA FROM AFRICA. Café direct source their tea from the finest tea growing regions in Africa. Everyday fresh leaves are hand picked by people who have produced tea for generations.

FAIRTRADE. Selected and approved by the Fairtrade foundation.

For more information about nutrition facts, allergy information and ingredients please Click here

Responsible Trading:Fairtrade - The FAIRTRADE Certification Mark appears on products to signify that Fairtrade standards have been met. When you buy products with this Mark disadvantaged producers get a better deal, receiving prices aimed at covering the cost of sustainable production plus an additional sum, called the Fairtrade Premium, for social, environmental and economic development.

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Viking Number A02929 
Decaffeinated Non Decaffeinated 
Fairtrade Yes 
Manufacturer Part No FTB0010 
Package Type Pack 
Product Type tea 
Qty per Unit 440 
Unit Pack 
Brand Fairtrade 
EAN 5021991942013 
Cafedirect Fairtrade Handpicked Tea Bags pack 440
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CafÚdirect Fairtrade Handpicked Tea Bags pack 440 reviews verified by Reevoo

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Scores 7.3 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
6 out of 10


Devon GB
tastes good, comes in a nice sized bag, easy to store.
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Confirmed purchase: 21 May 2012
Published on: 15 August 2012
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