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Tazo Tea is a company that is perhaps best known for being stocked in Starbucks coffee shops. As of 2004, Tazo was a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Starbucks Corporation.
Tazo sells teabag teas, loose teas, and bottled teas. In 2009, Tazo began moving away from traditional tea bags and towards pyramid sachets, and began using more whole tea leaves in these sachets. Tazo uses a non-standard terminology in their marketing and on their website and in the Starbucks Store; traditional tea bags are called filterbags and the sachets are labelled full leaf tea or full leaf sachets.
Online, Tazo teas can be purchased through the Starbucks Store. This selection has included exclusive blends, such as Tazo English Breakfast, which was available through this online store and not in Starbucks or other shops.
Tazo is a member of the Ethical Tea Partnership.
1. Tazo, Kraft Foods Announce Licensing Deal, Beverage Aisle, May. 15, 2004.
2. Melissa Allison, Starbucks converts Tazo tea bags to full-leaf tea sachets, Seattle Times, Dec. 24, 2009.
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