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All of our FGO tea bags are certified USDA organic by CCOF, California Certified Organic Farmers. And they are certified Non-GMO by the Non-GMO Project.

You can confirm our USDA organic certification by searching the name of our manufacturing facility in the USDA Organic Integrity database - "Bell-Carter Packaging".… see more
All of our FGO tea bags are certified USDA organic by CCOF, California Certified Organic Farmers. And they are certified Non-GMO by the Non-GMO Project.

You can confirm our USDA organic certification by searching the name of our manufacturing facility in the USDA Organic Integrity database - "Bell-Carter Packaging". You will see the name of all of our tea bags noted in this database on the USDA website.

You can confirm our Non-GMO project certification by searching for FGO in their database.

If you have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to say hello!

Live Healthy,
-Brad (Founder, FGO) see less
All of our FGO tea bags are certified USDA organic by CCOF, California Certified Organic Farmers. And they are certified Non-GMO by the Non-GMO Project.

You can confirm our USDA organic certification by searching the name of our manufacturing facility in the USDA Organic Integrity database - "Bell-Carter Packaging". You will see the name of all of our tea bags noted in this database on the USDA website.

You can confirm our Non-GMO project certification by searching for FGO in their database.

If you have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to say hello!

Live Healthy,
-Brad (Founder, FGO)

FGOrganics
Seller · June 25, 2021
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My 16 oz. bag of Nettle Tea says "Raw from Bulgaria" on the front of the bag. My 16 oz. Gunpowder Green Tea says "Raw from China" on the front of the bag. Both bags say they were "distributed from FGO in Seattle, WA" so it appears they were shipped to the USA. I wonder if they were shipped in barrels and packaged in th… see more My 16 oz. bag of Nettle Tea says "Raw from Bulgaria" on the front of the bag. My 16 oz. Gunpowder Green Tea says "Raw from China" on the front of the bag. Both bags say they were "distributed from FGO in Seattle, WA" so it appears they were shipped to the USA. I wonder if they were shipped in barrels and packaged in the USA or packaged in China. Either way, I am not happy to buy food from China. see less My 16 oz. bag of Nettle Tea says "Raw from Bulgaria" on the front of the bag. My 16 oz. Gunpowder Green Tea says "Raw from China" on the front of the bag. Both bags say they were "distributed from FGO in Seattle, WA" so it appears they were shipped to the USA. I wonder if they were shipped in barrels and packaged in the USA or packaged in China. Either way, I am not happy to buy food from China.
MissP62
· March 25, 2021
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If you're asking this question, you're likely not from California. In California, even the most left wing, health nut, eco conscious hippies laugh at the absurdity of the prop 65 warnings. You can find them posted on most buildings, nearly every non food product, and a good amount of food products. Essentially if somet… see more If you're asking this question, you're likely not from California. In California, even the most left wing, health nut, eco conscious hippies laugh at the absurdity of the prop 65 warnings. You can find them posted on most buildings, nearly every non food product, and a good amount of food products. Essentially if something has a one in a million chance of contributing .01% to a cancer you might eventually get, it gets the warning. see less If you're asking this question, you're likely not from California. In California, even the most left wing, health nut, eco conscious hippies laugh at the absurdity of the prop 65 warnings. You can find them posted on most buildings, nearly every non food product, and a good amount of food products. Essentially if something has a one in a million chance of contributing .01% to a cancer you might eventually get, it gets the warning.
OC Rugger
· February 22, 2022
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My mother uses it to help with her Diabetes. When it’s high she drinks the tea and it lowers her sugar. I was just diagnosed with it so I’m going to try it for myself and see if it helps.
Love romance
· January 17, 2022
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I purchased their Organic Hibiscus tea. There are no seeds.
RJ
· December 1, 2020
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I asked about a variety pack too. The answer was no.
BananaBoat
· October 24, 2021