Urbal Tea

Local Grower Spotlight: Tea for the People

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Local Grower Spotlight:  Tea for the People

We love to support local.  Therefore we want to give praise to two special ladies who support our mission and vice versa.  Joanna and Megan from Tea for the People provide us with local herbs and more specifically freshly dried local Nettles.  Their Sister Project, the Driftless Herbal Exchange Network is a not-for-profit association of growers, harvesters & volunteers.  These are growers in areas like Eau Claire, Gays Mills and Viroqua.  "Our business is dedicated to the health of the land, individuals and communities.  We are working towards becoming a worker-owned cooperative, and are willing to share our methods and practices in the...

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Health Benefits of Essiac Tea

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Health Benefits of Essiac Tea

Coming soon to the Urbal Tea family. Can an Herbal Tea Really Cure a Serious Disease? https://www.earthclinic.com/herbs/essiac-tea.html   Credit:  Earth Clinic

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Community Radio 103.5 The Sun: Urbal Tea segment on Local Flavor May 25, 2017

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Community Radio 103.5 The Sun:  Urbal Tea segment on Local Flavor May 25, 2017

Here is the link to the wonderful conversation Jennifer from Cinnamon Stick and I had about Urbal Tea. Go to the On Demand button and choose Local Flavors 0525. http://streamdb6web.securenetsystems.net/v5/index.cfm?stationCallSign=WLSP&retry=true

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Great Local Network in Milwaukee

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Talking about the value of working from a "local-centric" standpoint.  Proud to be a panelist for Local First Milwaukee.

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Food Trends: Urbal wedding favors

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