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Tea Tycoons Award Winner

We did it!

The World Tea Virtual Summit announced the Langkloof Honeybush Company as winner of the Tea Tycoon award in the Green/Sustainability category, edging out 9 semi-finalists and 70 overall entrants from around the world! We’ve earned ourselves a booth at The World Tea Conference + Expo 2021 in the US this July — see you there?

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We work with farmers to enable them to produce regenerative agricultural products. We build companies to process these products, and bring high-quality regenerative ingredients to markets. We make sure everyone along the value chain — not only farmers — works together to fairly distribute the burden of risk. We supply customers with a selection of regeneratively produced tea, herbs, spices and oils.

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Rural economies depend on their natural resources. The farmers we work with operate in ecosystems that are degraded — not only does their own soil need to be restored, but so do the natural areas surrounding them.

Baviaanskloof Landscape

Baviaanskloof

The Baviaanskloof is a remote and breathtaking landscape. A drive into the area is an immersion into wide and wild nature; many of the plants here occur nowhere else on the planet. It is also home to a very special community of people.

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Langkloof Landscape

Langkloof

The Langkloof is situated along the R62, a scenic route in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. This is a geographically varied region, inhabited by diverse communities who either live in small towns, or tucked away along winding dirt roads.

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Simalaha Landscape, Zambia

Simalaha

The Simalaha is a wildlife corridor connecting the Chobe and Kafue protected areas between Botswana and southern Zambia. Elephants once roamed freely in this area, but wildlife has now largely disappeared. Efforts to restore a corridor for animals to migrate across borders again are underway.

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A Spicy Proposition: Using Regenerative Agroforestry to Promote Livelihoods and Preserve Habitats in Tanzania

Landscapes where we work A Spicy Proposition: Using Regenerative Agroforestry to Promote Livelihoods and Preserve Habitats in Tanzania Tanzania's spice industry flies under the radar compared to some [...]

April 14th, 2021|Stories from the landscapes|
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