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|Founded||1994 in Portland, Oregon|
|Products||Teas and herbal teas|
Number of employees
|Approximately 50 (2010)|
The company uses "New Age"-style marketing and product labeling. For example, every box of tea was once labeled as "blessed by a certified tea shaman" and an original tag line was "The Reincarnation of Tea."
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