Our commitment to using organic ingredients remains strong:
So why are we no longer certified?

Buying organically produced foods is important, not only for our health and the health of the planet, but it is also vitally important for the people and the communities who grow and harvest our food. It is because of these values that we had been a certified organic food processor from 2009 through 2020.

So why are we making the decision to not renew our organic certification? For the simple and most obvious reason: We no longer have the resources and staff to do so.

What is changing with us at JP: You will no longer see the USDA Organic seal on our labeling. This is because we will no longer be paying for the annual certification, inspection fees, and a percentage of all organic sales to our certifying agency.

What is not changing: The tea has not changed. We are still buying and blending the same teas and herbs that we always have, from the same trusted suppliers. Our commitment to wholesome and organically grown ingredients remains strong. We have trusted relationships with our suppliers, who themselves still maintain organic agricultural practices and who still carry their organic certifications.

We always try to operate with integrity and to always be transparent about how we run our company. This is why we decided to announce this change publicly as soon as the decision was made.

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In a move toward environmental sustainability, we attempt to use minimal packaging that reflects the values of our company and our customers.


Excellence in quality has always been our focus, which is why we blend with fresh ingredients, grown without chemical pesticides and fertilizers when- and wherever possible.


Loose-leaf tea is a great value. Simple packaging ensures that you pay for quality tea - and nothing more.