Our line of delicious, organic and Fair Trade Certified™ bottled teas has something for JUST about anyone - with unsweetened and Just Sweet Enough™ options.
This is just ice tea,
but it's also so much more.
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Just Ice Tea Co-Founders
Honestly…we were heartbroken when our beloved tea brand was discontinued. After growing with us for 23 years, our organic farmers were left stranded. We couldn’t let that happen. Besides, our fans were thirsty. So we got brewing.
Our farmers do more than grow the tea leaves and spices for our bottled teas. Through fair trade and organic farming, they provide a more just, healthier way of life for their communities and our planet – and healthier options for you. This is just ice tea, but it’s also so much more.
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All Just Ice Tea varieties are certified organic. This means we commit to a third-party verification process that ensures our ingredients are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, and fertilizers. Did you know that tea leaves are one of the few agricultural products that are never rinsed? If chemicals are sprayed on tea leaves during the growing process, the chemicals get washed into the hot tea during the brewing process.
Fair Trade Certified™ tea leaves and sweeteners ensure safe, healthy working conditions and fair wages for farming communities. For each pound of fair ingredients we purchase, we pay a premium that goes directly to the workers for them to reinvest in their communities. The workers democratically vote on how the money is spent, empowering the workers, especially the women (who form the majority of tea pluckers), with financial resources and a say in their future. Some fair trade projects include: eyecare for an entire village, water access for an entire village, a playground and a science classroom for a village school.