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Tazo, a unit of Lipton Teas and Infusions, has embraced a broad definition of regenerative agriculture, supporting not just sustainable farming, biodiversity, and climate awareness, but also human rights. “In some farming communities where teas, spices, and botanicals are grown, there’s climate change already impacting many communities and the day-to-day reality of poverty,” says Jami Lewchik, head of Tazo and portfolio sustainability at Lipton. In 2022, Tazo helped efforts like Fair Trade USA’s emergency program to provide food, medical supplies, and housing relief to those affected by severe floods in Assam, an Indian tea region.

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