All posts

Improving the Livelihoods of Tea Farmers in Malawi

Find out how the Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP) is training tea farmers in Malawi to improve their tea farming practices and ultimately their livelihoods. The programme, which disseminates knowledge through farmer field schools on good agricultural practice, tea seedling production, climate change resilience, income diversification, and business skills management, is funded and supported by ETP, Tata Global Beverages Ltd., IDH – the Sustainable Trade Initiative, and the Tea Association of Malawi.

alveus Joins The ETP 

We are pleased to welcome premium tea wholesaler alveus to the Ethical Tea Partnership. This innovative business from Hamburg, Germany, which was set up by Daniel Trenk, has come along…

ETP Welcomes First Danish Member

We’re pleased to announce that A.C.Perchs Thehandel is the first tea company from Denmark to join the Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP) – bringing with them a slice of Danish history. The…

TEAM UP 2015 is CarbonNeutral® Certified

We’re delighted to announce that TEAM UP 2015 is CarbonNeutral® certified. Leading tea and coffee company, Mother Parkers is supporting the event through working with The CarbonNeutral Company to measure and offset…

Improving Young Lives

Watch this video to find out more about the ground breaking collaboration between Unicef and The Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP) to help protect and change the lives of children and young people living in tea communities in Assam, India.

2 Degrees

Tea Industry Partners Helping Kenyan Farmers Improve Yields by 36%

Click Green

Tea Industry Schemes Tackle Climate Change and Raise Welfare Standards

Mabroc Joins ETP

We’re pleased to confirm that Mabroc Teas has joined the Ethical Tea Partnership. Mabroc is ETP’s 30th member and the first brand from a tea-producing region to join the…

The 4th Wave

Its been an interesting few days in the world of tea and sustainability, with more media interest, both positive and negative, in the issues we work on in the…

India: New Staff & New Programmes

The tea industry in India is going through an exciting period of change at the moment, as sustainability initiatives enter the mainstream of the Indian domestic market after years…

A Trip with a Minister!

I have always been intrigued by one our member’s company name, The Republic of Tea. I thought it both unusual and creative, and one that was full of promise….

Bea’s Introduction to Tea

I recently joined Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP) on an internship to gain experience in ethical trading and to learn more about international development. ETP is a really interesting organisation…