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  • Whether an individual, a small or large business, we all have a responsibility to be conscious of our care for others and the environment. As custodians of a country rich in natural resources, forestry, agricultural crops and 20% of the world’s fresh water, this is particularly pertinent to us here in Canada.

    With today’s environmental agenda you can’t fail to think about where the products you are buying come from, and what sort of changes you can make to live more sustainably in a fairer world. Information is key to this, knowing more about what you buy and the brands you choose can help guide our choices.

    Whatever I do as an individual, I know there’s more that could be done, and this is no different for businesses.

    As a household name, most will be familiar with Tetley’s great teas. What you might not know is that we’re part of a much bigger family called Tata Consumer Products. In the grand scheme of things, it doesn’t make a difference to those buying our tea, but it’s good to know that our social and

    environmental responsibilities support the overall goals of the Tata organisation, which come under an umbrella of ‘Working for Better’.

    Doing what we need to do to live and operate in a sustainable way is a journey that we all share, and this is something that in time we will all need to invest in.

    The reluctance of some to pay a little more for products that have been sustainably produced puts greater reliance on manufacturers and businesses to do more and I’m really proud that collectively as a business we’re doing some great stuff to make a difference, and we want to share and celebrate this with you.

    Perhaps more importantly, we want to talk about the areas where we can do better too, the big message is that there’s no such thing as a perfect plan that will hit everything in one go, but every little change can make a difference which is an important message for us all.

    Kurt Hatherly

    Canada Country Head

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    • We've one big factory in the UK, that needs a tonne of tea each year to make our products: 31,000 to be exact, which if you're wondering is around the same weight as 8,000 male hippos!

      We buy the tea we need from estates and tea auctions around the world and bring it to the UK by ship. But first, let's look at where our tea begins its journey.

      Tea is an agricultural crop. It grows on a bush and the top leaves are the ones that are plucked, dried, and cut to turn it into the sort of tea leaf you'd recognise. The climate and conditions tea needs to thrive means that it's generally grown in some of the poorer countries of the world, where things are very different and life can be challenging.

    • Tetley doesn't own any tea estates, but we need to make sure that the farmers who grow our tea are able to make a living; and the people working and living on the estates that we buy our tea from are treated how they should be.

      This means being paid fairly and having access to the essentials they and their families need like food, water, housing, healthcare, and education; and that their rights as individuals, whether children, women, or men are respected and upheld.


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      value of

      There are many parts to the supply chain, and we need to make sure that everyone is doing their best to protect the environment and support tea communities.

      We think working together with others on shared goals feels great. No matter how big the challenge, having others by your side makes things seem more achievable and this is where our partners come in.

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      All Tetley tea is Rainforest Alliance Certified. This means that farmers manage their land more sustainably, protect the environment, and benefit from improved livelihoods. The tea estates are audited by independent certification bodies to ensure a rigorous standard for sustainable agriculture is followed. Rainforest Alliance Certification aims to create a better future for people and nature. Find out more at ra.org.

    • Thoughts on saving the planet can be pretty overwhelming, so simple things that help make a difference are good to know.

      This little green frog is one of them. You can see it on our packs of tea, and if you have been paying attention, you'll know why it's there and what it means!

      What's good to know is that by buying products with the Rainforest Alliance frog seal, you're helping to protect forests and support communities around the world. Not too bad a feat from your armchair, is it?

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    • Another important partnership we have is with the Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP). As one of the founding members, we have worked closely with the organisation for many years.

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      The ETP is a membership organisation working with tea companies, development organisations, and governments to improve the lives of tea workers, farmers, and their environment. Its aim is to drive long-term, systemic change across three thematic areas in tea — economics, equality, and environment, as well as supporting communities on the ground with programmes across Africa and Asia.

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      We've been talking loads about tea that's black and green, but more and more people are drinking different types of teas like fruits and herbals. Whatever the beverage, we source the best of ingredients to go into our products.

      The same need to care for the environment and the people who work to grow the fruits and botanicals we need, apply here too! We're working hard to find the right type of certification to apply to this growing area.

      We'll keep you posted on how we get on.


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    in the field

  • We’ve some really dedicated sustainability and ethics champions at Tetley and want to shine a light on some of them. Here we chat to Lucy Urwin, she’s one of our fantastic tea buyers and blenders, responsible for all things sustainable in relation to our suppliers and tea communities.

    “It’s important we look out for those who are less represented in smaller tea communities, and as a sustainability manager, I get the opportunity to do just that.

  • When the tea community thrives, everyone else in the supply chain does too.

    Being invested in buying tea in a fair and sustainable way means that you’re looking at the bigger picture and the long-term health of the tea industry as a whole.

    It takes 7 years of training for us to develop the expertise we need to do our job as tea tasters and buyers, and part of this involves spending a year abroad.

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  • There’s no substitute for seeing estates first-hand, and talking and listening to those that work to produce the tea we buy.

    The major groups involved in tea are committed to working together on sustainability projects too, so there’s a lot of knowledge sharing and joint purpose to achieve best practices.

    Relationships are really important. It’s critical that our suppliers are on board with our sustainability journey. We rely on them being open with us, so that they can communicate issues they’re facing on the ground and we can do our best to help.

    It makes me really proud to work for a company that has sustainability high on its agenda.

    In the coming years, I’d like to visit farmers who have been impacted by our

  • project work and get feedback on where we should focus next.

    At home, I’m an avid believer in sustainably sourced clothes and avoid fast fashion if possible. I’m always trying to make conscious shopping decisions to avoid single-use items too.

    I look to buy from companies that form part of a recognisable scheme that supports the environment and communities like B Corp or Rainforest Alliance.

    With more brands making a conscious decision to commit to these type of programmes, 100% environmentally sustainable shopping becomes a much more accessible and viable option for climate-anxious consumers like me."

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    The world of sustainability is full of jargon, so we thought we’d have a stab at explaining one bit — the circular economy.

    Well, it’s nothing to do with the growth in e-bike sales or plate spinning masterclasses (yes, there are such things), this circle is an economic one.

    The basic idea is that the environment should not suffer when things are made or produced, and once made, items should keep going in one form or another for as long as possible. Only then, when nothing more can be done with them, should as little as possible end up as waste.


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    Soft Plastics

    Tea Bags




    Made from

    Paper Board

    PP Plastic

    Tetley = PP/PLA/ Plastic Free

    Coated Paper

    LDPE and BOPP

    Lid PE plastic recyclable, Foil Top recyclable, Body Multi Layer not recyclable

    Recycling guide

    Not Recyclable


    Limited Recyclability

    Started to Transition to
    Plastic Free / Plant Based

    bad plastics

    Tata Consumer Products Canada has signed the Canada Plastics Pact, committing to a 2025 target of:

    100% of plastic packaging to be reusable, recyclable, or compostable

    50% of plastic packaging to be effectively recycled or composted

    30% of recycled content on average to be included in all plastic packaging

    Across the business, we have signed the UK, European and Indian Plastics Pacts. Design, innovation, and investigation of alternative delivery models all have their part to play.


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    time to
    stand still

  • Although always more than happy to sit down and enjoy our favourite brew, when it comes to the planet, we can’t take time out. We have to keep looking at every part of our business to see what more we can do to minimise our impact on the environment.

    We have been making great strides as a business, but we know there’s a lot more to do. Working to deliver against our commitment to the Canada Plastics Pact for all packaging to be reusable, compostable, or recyclable by 2025 is a big part of this. 2025 is not that far off,

  • so we’re working hard to deliver the right solutions, for those that love our tea, for us as a business, and of course our hosts the planet.

    Among our many projects, removing the plastic overwrap from our tea cartons is a big must and our plan is to start to deliver against this next year.

    Transitioning tea bags to a plant-based tissue is also a major project. Doing so will mean that our tea bags will be able to be sent off for composting in kerb side organic waste bins. When you consider the amount of waste which is being sent to landfill every year in Canada, this little switch could add up to have a big impact.


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    bags of

    Did you know the whole tea industry is working hard to change the way that tea bags are made? It’s because most bags use heat to seal the bags — and it needs a tiny bit of plastic to do this

    Although only a tiny amount, the bags can’t be composted with your organic food waste, but, changing the type of plastic used to one that comes from plant sources like sugar beet, they can be.

    The machines in our UK factory produce 1000s of bags in a minute, which means heating, sealing, and cooling in less than a second — biodegradable tissue prefers speeds around 6x slower than this!

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    • Some companies have had a problem with the bags not holding together. A mouthful of tea leaves is not what we’re after, no matter how good the tea!

      So, we’ve taken our time to get it right, and our fantastic engineers have worked their magic to develop a clever widget or two to help the tissue cope with our high-speed production environment. The transition process has begun in the UK, but it will take a little time, we’ve:

    • 200 product lines

    • 9bn tea bags to convert

    • 1bn converted so far

    • 270 tonnes of plastic removed

  • How to dispose of
    biodegradable tea bags

    Brew your perfect cuppa

    Drop in your food-waste bin

    Your food-waste goes back to nature


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  • Here at Tetley, it’s given that we love tea, but we also love the planet, so we take full responsibility for our impact on the environment.

    There are big challenges to safeguard planet earth for future generations to come, and focusing on our carbon emissions* and how we can work to reduce them is a key part of our sustainability strategy.

    To reduce them, we first have to map out where they're coming from, which means looking at every part of our

  • organisation and beyond — from the tea plantations where the tea is grown, to how it’s shipped to our factory and manufactured into the products you know and love.

    As we are sourcing from multiple countries and have hundreds of suppliers, it's a big task, but we're committed to getting it done. It's all part of the roadmap to get us to Net Zero.

    *gases like carbon dioxide that can harm the environment and that come from factories and cars, among other things

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  • carbon
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    Net Zero is a big buzzword at the moment, but what does it actually mean?

    Essentially, it’s the balance between the amount of greenhouse gas emissions being produced and the amount removed from the atmosphere. You get to Net Zero when the amount that’s added is no more than the amount taken away.

    There are two main ways to achieve Net Zero — to reduce emissions and do things to 'cancel out’ any that remain.

    You know it's not going to be that simple!

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  • our
    journey —
    to net zero

    • 97% Renewable Energy

      To Power our factory

      Efficient Production & Zero Waste to Landfill
      Carbon Removal
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    Dedicated solar farm at our factory


    Any surplus solar power is fed into the National Grid


    Renewable energy via our Biomass Boiler


    100% green electricity

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    Zero waste goes into landfills across both our factory and our head office

  • We are doing well with Scopes 1 & 2, but now have to work on all the things outside our direct control — from transport to customers boiling their kettles.

    We’re now working on the big task of Scope 3 and are working with carbon experts ERM to help us.


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  • Bringing 31,000 tonnes of tea to our factory in the UK takes some planning, and we work to be as kind to the planet as possible as we do so.

    This is our fantastic factory in Eaglescliffe, Teesside. The products we make here are sold in 27 different countries.

  • We buy millions of kilos of raw tea each year to make the products we need. Our buyers source and buy the best of teas from more than 20 countries, including Kenya, Sri Lanka, India, and China.

  • It comes to the UK by ship in big containers, which come into the Port of Tyne, where it is held ready for when it is needed.

  • To make shipping as efficient as possible, we don’t use pallets to stack tea sacks, we use slip sheets. This means an extra 10% can be loaded per container as it can be stacked from floor to ceiling.
    This means less containers, and overall, less shipping.


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  • It’s also good for trees, we have cut out 30,000 of the special pallets normally needed. That saves the 457 mature pines needed to produce the 861,000 kg of wood to make them.

  • A lot of our raw tea and finished goods used to travel by road, now 90% of this is done by ship. We swapped road travel for a coastal feeder system.

  • Lorries bring the raw tea we need to the factory, then go back to the port with finished goods ready to export — so no empty lorries on the road.

    This means 730,000 less road miles and 308,086l less diesel usage — that’s enough to fill 6,845 family cars — the equivalent of removing 828 tons of CO2.


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    in the back yard

    Here, Alice Ponciano talks about how she's living more sustainably and bringing natural joy to their home in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

    Inheriting a larger yard with a house move, Alice’s first instinct was to just make the plot a prettier place to be, but she soon got the idea to plant different things, with her obliging husband building the planters she needed for her quest to plant and grow.

    “You can’t get more locally grown than your backyard, we eat as much of our own produce as we can and freeze any surplus. The celebration of each harvest is boosted knowing you're reducing your carbon footprint, by cutting down food miles and unnecessary packaging.

  • Nature brings joy too. Our flowers are a favourite for visiting bees and a variety of fluttering butterflies, and our bird feeders attract some beautiful birds, I particularly love to listen to the singing cardinals.

    “It's all round good for your body and mind, playing in the dirt, planting, nurturing and watching things grow is extremely satisfying and relaxing. 

    “My big tip is to start small, you can benefit quickly from the taste of fresh herbs with just a few pots, and perennials and low maintenance plants are a real motivator.

    “I try and take my sustainability habits to work too thinking about how to dispose of all things properly. With the planet under threat we have to look for new things we can do to contribute to preserving it for future generations.

    "My next plan is a sustainable watering system for the garden, using drums to collect rainwater, and we also have plans to extend what we have too, but our sights are on my sister's garden for this!

    Alice Ponciano

    Business Finance Controller, Canada


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  • The care we give to local communities is an important pillar of our sustainability programme. We have lots of different initiatives to help communities close to home and work with a number of partner organisations to help communities abroad. We’ve committed £1.2m to help communities living on tea estates in one of the poorest countries of the world, Malawi.

    Let’s show you some of the different ways we are helping communities near and far.


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    up lives

  • Tetley buys more tea from Malawi than any other tea company. Malawi is also one of the poorest countries in the world. Here, we want to share some of the things we are doing to help tea communities there.

    Let’s be honest, the thrill of candlelight during a power cut fades pretty quickly, but what if that’s all you ever had to see you through the night?

    Just 4% of the rural poor in Malawi are hooked up to electricity, so for them, candles or dangerous paraffin lights are all they’ve got.

  • With our friends at the Ethical Tea Partnership, we’re giving solar lamps to as many families as possible on the estates at two of our biggest suppliers there.

    So far, lights have been given to every house, that’s 5,410 families — making a big difference to daily life. Children can do their homework, and people can meet outdoors and do a range of other tasks after dark that they couldn’t do before.

    The lights are creating jobs too. So far, 45 people have been trained to service and repair the lamps, so that they can have as long a life as possible.


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    Meet Cassim (65), the Compound Chief at Satemwa, managing three compounds with 8 houses each. His wife is a tea plucker on the estate, and they and their 2 children live in an estate house with no electricity.

    Cassim was surprised that he and other workers got a solar light when they were given out.

    “We were not sure that low ranked workers like us would be among the beneficiaries…I have been in the estate house for over 20 years...buying candles daily for the kitchen,

  • children’s study room, seating room, and general use. It used to cost me MKW9,000 a month for lighting only. I decided to buy a torch that uses batteries, which was also expensive to maintain.

    I did this because my child experienced fire burns, as a result of a fire that started because of candlelight.

    The family was hugely affected. We spent almost a month nursing the wounds at the hospital, spending money that could have been used for other pressing needs.”

    Since receiving the lamp Cassim has “Spent nothing on lighting for the past month...I have been able to save money for other household needs. I would like to revive my business with the savings I will accumulate. My lifestyle has changed, my children study well and we are a happy family now.”


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  • villages working together

    If we have a bit of spare cash, we think nothing of being able to put it in the bank and save it for a rainy day. In many parts of the world, people with low incomes just can’t do this; not eligible to save or access loans through normal banking routes.

    In Malawi, families that can’t access affordable loans can struggle to pay for basic things like school, healthcare, and everyday essentials like food or home repairs.

    We are working with the ETP to support a scheme which helps families set up and run their own ‘banking system’. For such a simple concept, the scheme has a very long name — Village Savings Loans

  • Associations. VSLAs are like a community bank, workers get together and begin to save money as a group. Each group has a leader, who is trained on the rules of how to run the VSLA and the group are given tips on ways to grow their income.

    Once set up, savers get interest on their savings; they can access their own money like any normal bank (although this one doesn’t have a building), and they can even request loans to start a small business if they want. They are proving a big hit.

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    workers signed up at Eastern Produce


    VSLA groups formed


    had no savings prior to the VSLAs


    savers are women


    have been able to use savings to buy a cell phone


    have been able to add iron sheeting to their houses for the first time


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  • the savings
    route to a
    life upgrade

    Meet Charity Chiphwangwi, who works as a company clerk on Eastern Produce’s Eldorado Estate. After her husband stopped working, Charity became the sole earner of the household.

    Although able to support the family from day to day, her earnings were not enough to pay her children’s school fees and build a house of her own. This changed when Charity attended a meeting about the VSLA scheme. She saw the benefit of the scheme immediately, signed up and was elected secretary for the group.

  • Her first goal was to save enough money so that she could access a loan. With initial savings of MKW40,000, she borrowed MKW100,000 from the group, which she used as capital to start a business selling chitenge cloth.

    After one month of trading, Charity made a profit of MKW50,000, paid the outstanding amount on her daughter’s school fees, and bought the textbooks and stationery needed for school.

    She plans to spend the next profits on iron sheets for her house.

    “Because of the VSLA group, I now have a business of my own. I recommend for other workers who have not yet joined these groups that they should hurry and join the VSLA group because they are missing out on ways that they can upgrade their lives.”


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  • In many rural communities where tea is grown, families’ diets are ofen based on one food type, which is maize. This, plus a few leafy vegetables are the main crops grown by communities surrounding our supplier Satemwa’s tea estates in Southern Malawi.

    Farming in the same way as many generations before them is not always the best way to get results, and when you add extreme weather events, you can see why a good crop can’t always be guaranteed. Tetley has teamed up with a retailer on a project where almost £20,000 is being used to supply seeds, herbs, grafted fruit trees, and compost to help communities create new kitchen gardens.

  • Communities are being trained on how to make their plots more productive and are being given nutrition tips at the same time. A wider range of produce will not only help improve diet; families can get some extra income from selling any surplus fruit to their communities too.

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    of households helped so far


    grafted trees purchased


    trees given to each household


    companion herbs purchased


    herbs given to each household


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    in giving

  • People have always been important to us, whether in our local communities or those that work within our organisation.

    It’s important that our staff feel happy and supported, so that they can do their best every day.

    Part of this is about giving back. The feeling of contributing to society is unparalleled. Not only does it make our staff feel happy, it evokes a real sense of gratitude, and it’s contagious. We try to

  • help a number of local and regional good causes through donations and collection of goods, and also volunteering our time.

    The business allocates two days per employee for volunteering and doing good all round. We have a great CSR committee that organises events and fundraisers, and champions our volunteering programme.

    There are lots of things going on, so let’s introduce you to some.


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  • a cup
    of giving

  • We’re proud of being Canada’s #1 tea brand. With 186 years of experience, tea is totally our thing. We have a pretty simple goal which is to deliver teas that help Canadians live better every day, whether it’s a good day, or one with a few more challenges.

    It’s important that we look out for others too and see what we can do to give back. For many years we have supported the Canadian Cancer Society and the breast cancer cause, a disease that impacts many individuals and communities across Canada.

  • Being a supporter of the Canadian Cancer Society is our way of providing a bit of warmth for the many Canadians and their families affected by breast cancer.

    One of the ways that we lend our support is via donations from the sale of what we call our Tetley Pink Pack.

    Each year we put a range of proposed pink pack designs to the public vote for their thoughts on what design and the message it conveys works best for them.

    For every pink pack sold, we donate $0.15 to the Society, since we started in 2000, $850,000 has been donated.



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    tea and

  • As well as being a great beverage to enjoy, tea is a good fit with wellbeing, and we do a lot in this area.

    Supporting the community local to our factory in the UK is really important to us. We’re one of the supporters of an ambitious local programme to support community wellbeing through mind and body workshops at the Yarm Wellness Centre close to the factory.

    As part of the fundraising to support the refurbishment of the Centre, Tetley’s new recruit ‘Alec’ kitted out in full PPE, became a major talking point for locals in a scarecrow fundraiser.

  • The Centre will deliver a broad mix of services for every part of the community — from a community grocer to weekly veteran breakfasts, wellbeing events for new parents, afternoon tea dances, yoga, and support for those struggling to find work.

    Claire O’Hare, Regional People Manager for Tetley’s factory, told us a little more. “We’re really proud to be part of this. As you would expect, with the number of activities which bring people together, tea will be very much at its heart, but we’re going beyond tea and providing computer equipment and mentoring advice to job seekers, helping with interview skills and CV creation.”


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  • Finding a job is tough in the best of times, but even more so for those who are disadvantaged in some way.

    An immediate neighbour of the Tetley factory is the Oakwood Centre, home to the Tees Valley Community church where Tetley supports a key training initiative run by the TVC community projects team — Three13.

    This programme works to build the confidence, self-belief, and skills of

  • groups who are furthest away from employment.

    The Tetley team is involved in mentoring and providing guidance to those working to build their confidence and overcome personal obstacles.

    We also provide opportunities for work experience in a manufacturing environment, and work, if positions are available.


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  • checking in on each other

    Our team here in Canada is pretty close knit and we support each other in every way we can, and being part of a bigger business, we benefit from a wider programme of support too, from menopause and stress awareness sessions, to power down hours to reflect on what’s good for us.

    Awareness of wellbeing and importance of self is an issue for those that love our teas too, whether it’s simply living life your way; balancing all that you do; facing a challenge with courage; or just taking a moment in your day to have your own space, or to be with your friends and loved ones.

    Tea might be a simple beverage, but it’s right there at the heart of many people’s lives around the world, soothing, uplifting, comforting and energising.


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  • the true
    meaning of an
    uplifting cuppa

    Checking in with others around us is really important, particularly with work colleagues.

    Our tea buying and blending team are an important bunch at Tetley, and although they’re busy tasting hundreds of teas a day, they still make time for each other.

    We caught up with Assistant Tea Buyer and Blender Ellie Jones to find out what she has been doing to keep an eye on morale within the tea buying team.

  • “Just noticing something that someone else does can make a real difference to how they feel. Sometimes, you don’t get time to go down the formal corporate recognition route, so as a department, we do something which is low tech and fun.

    We call it the Celebration Box — it’s literally that! When someone does something of note or there is something to celebrate, big or small, you simply scribble it down and pop it in the box. At the end of week team meeting, I play compère and read out the recognitions in true game host style, and every 6 months, present the ‘best bits’.

    When home working meant we were not together as a team, we went a little more high-tech with Gmail taking over from a post-it, but we continued in the same vein, taking advantage of being able to have different background effects to suit the mood.

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    It’s a really simple thing, but it makes a big difference to people’s day.”


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  • So, it seems that even with all the tea the buying team have at hand, sometimes even their morale needs a little boost.

    Like most companies, we measure opinions and attitudes within the company on a regular basis. Needing to measure morale within tea buying was flagged as an area for attention, so Ellie jumped right on it.

    “No post-it notes this time! To give everyone a chance to reflect on how they’re feeling at work, I created a simple survey for the team to complete anonymously each month.

    We tend to have a quarterly cycle and two months of short dip checks to get a steer on anything that needs to be addressed, and then a more in-depth

  • questionnaire to add some meat to the bones. Each quarter we have a team townhall where we discuss what’s been highlighted and how we can work together to boost morale.”

    Again, it doesn’t need to be complicated. One of the most effective morale boosters has been having breakfast together. Before lockdown, the team would gather over a cooked breakfast once a week. Missing that time to share they moved it online, taking time to have a remote breakfast together, a catch up, and a good cuppa set them up for the day.


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  • the last

    We hope we have given you an idea of all the work we’re doing here at Tetley as we strive For Better.

    There’s still lots to do on our journey, so we’ll keep you posted on how we’re getting on.

    Think you’ve earned yourself a cuppa, so select your favourite, sit back and enjoy — but don’t forget, only boil what you need and remember to dispose of your packaging and tea bag properly.