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How to Use Your
Arbor Teas Packaging


Easy Step by Step Guide!

How to Use Your Arbor Teas Packaging

  • Before You Begin
  • Step 1: Open Your Bag
  • Step 2: Store Your Tea
  • Step 3: Compost Package
Why Arbor Teas Packaging is Different

Why Arbor Teas Packaging is Different

Let us introduce you to our 100% backyard compostable packaging!

Composed of a cellulose film made from wood pulp sourced from sustainably-managed trees, our packaging is better than most compostable packaging available in today’s marketplace which is only truly compostable in industrial settings optimized for rapid breakdown.

By contrast, the films used for Arbor Teas’ packaging can actually breakdown in a backyard compost setting. Now, you can compost your used tea leaves AND packaging in your home composting system!

For more details on our compostable packaging, visit our Guided Tour of Arbor Teas Packaging.

Step One: When you are ready to brew your first cup of tea, cut open your package.

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Step One: When you are ready to brew your first cup of tea, cut open your package.

An unopened bag will keep your tea fresh for up to one year.

Step Two: For maximum freshness, transfer your loose leaf tea to an opaque, airtight container.

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Step Two: After you have opened your bag, transfer your loose leaf tea to an opaque, airtight container to maintain maximum freshness.

Don't leave the tag behind! Remove the tea label and stretch the elastic band around your storage container.

Backyard Compostable Arbor Teas Packaging

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Step Three: Compost package in your compost bin or compost heap with your used tea leaves.

Depending on your location and weather, your package should completely compost within 3 -4 months.

Don’t have a compost heap yet?  Check here for an informative article from the Arbor Teas Blog on How to Compost Tea and other Organics in a Home Compost Pile.