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Last Updated: Dec. 20, 2016
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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, founded in 1963 by Herbert and Mona Hyman, is the oldest and largest privately-held chain of coffee and tea stores in the U.S. Its franchise of stores has locations in the U.S. in California, Arizona, Nevada, Hawaii, and Texas. In addition, the company has locations in 20 other countries, mostly in the middle east and Asia. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, and originally achieved popularity primarily in Southern California. Each of the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf's locations has free wireless internet.
The company has a diverse selection of teas and sells tea both loose and in tea bags. In addition to in its stores, the company sells teas online. The company also sells coffee. Some of the company's products are not sold through their websites, and are only available through other businesses.
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf stores have been certified "green" by the Green Restaurant Association, which involves recycling, the use of energy- and water-efficient spray valves, low mercury energy-efficient lighting, and a reuse policy to reduce paper cup use.
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