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Last Updated: Aug. 8, 2012
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Trader Joe's is a chain of supermarkets that has its own brand-name which sells a vast array of products. Among other things, Trader Joe's has its own brand of tea.
Trader Joe's tea comes in teabags and in a variety of styles and flavors. Some of the teas are available in organic versions. The stores sometimes stock other brands of tea as well, although they mostly stock their own brand.
Like most larger companies, Trader Joe's has a mixed record on sustainability. The supermarket carries a large portion of organic products, many at low prices, making organic foods accessible to a broader audience. Although the chain of stores is generally perceived as environmentally friendly, they have come under fire from Greenpeace, and have been dubbed Traitor Joe's, due to their selling of seafood produced in environmentally-damaging ways.[1,2] In response to this criticism, the company issued a statement that they would work with Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch to resolve these issues.
1. Ami Cholia, The Greenpeace vs. Trader Joe's Sustainable Seafood War, Huffington Post, July 13, 2009, Updated Aug. 13, 2009.
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