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To Hope for a Cure

October 24, 2007


Cooler weather is here…yeah.  And so is hot tea season! It is great to see all the tea machines in full swing, packing off hundreds of thousands of teabags each day.  We are so fortunate that the majority of our team on the production floor making the cases and cases of tea have been with us for over 7 years-some up to over 30 years!  It is such a warm feeling watching the pallets of our tea getting loaded onto the trucks at our dock and then pulling out of our parking lot.  Our tea is heading toward the store shelf and if we are lucky, it will find a home in your kitchen!  I hope you are getting in the mood with this chilly weather to start steeping the water and then pouring yourself a good hot cup. 

While you are enjoying the tea, let me draw your attention to that fact that it is National Breast Cancer Month. Let’s reflect on those that we know or don’t know and let’s collectively hope that a cure is on the way…that would be something to think about over a cup of Bigelow Tea! 

Here’s to a cure,

Cindi Bigelow

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