When Ruth Campbell Bigelow started making her now famous Constant Comment tea in New York City, she probably did not foresee that her business would grow to have such an impact on as many people or countries as it does. Most of our sales are in the United States but we have been growing our business in both Canada and Mexico. Over the last few years we have also been working harder on international business in the countries of: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panamá, Venezuela, Colombia, Perú, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil, Ecuador, Uruguay, Bermuda, Jamaica, Trinidad, Norway, India, Bangladesh, Dubai, Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam, Philippines, and New Zealand.
Not only is our tea sold internationally, but we also procure equipment and supplies internationally. The manufacturer of our tea bagging machines for the last 20 years is located in Italy. Our filter paper comes from the same mill in England for the last 12 years and our unit boxes come from a company in Canada that we have been doing business with for over 10 years. Some supplies are found closer to home like the wire for staples is from Georgia and our over wrap is supplied by a company here in Connecticut, about 90 miles away. I am sure you know as well, that most of the tea does not come from the United States.
So as you are sipping that cup of tea think about all the people, and all the countries that work together to make that little cup of relaxation, and next time you travel internationally, maybe you will find a little cup of home being sold in the country you are visiting.
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