You’ll find people enjoying a cup of Lipton’s tea in more than 100 countries. In fact, it’s the biggest tea brand in the world. That’s because Lipton has been spreading the goodness of tea for over 130 years.

Goodness of tea for Lipton not only means improving the wellbeing of tea drinkers but also for the people who produce tea, and the planet.

In 2007, Lipton was the first major tea brand to use sustainably sourced tea on a large scale with the certification of its plantation in Kenya by the Rainforest Alliance.

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Lipton’s story
Lipton’s story

Lipton’s story

In May 1871 Sir Thomas Lipton opened his first grocery shop. A few years later he bought a plantation in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), where he developed new ways to produce and distribute tea. He was one of the first to sell loose tea to the general public, and later on to sell teabags – taking tea from a scarce and expensive luxury, to something anyone could make and enjoy at home. Fast forward to today and Lipton’s is one of the world’s most well-known brands, on a mission to spread goodness of tea around the globe. Sir Thomas would be proud.

Lipton’s products

Lipton encourages customers to make better beverage choices through a wide range of tea and infusion-based products. These include healthy green and black teas, no-caffeine energising infusions, revitalising organic blends and beautiful tea gift packs.

And through innovation, Lipton’s sharing the latest ingredients and their benefits, such as matcha and moringa. Developing all of this sustainably is paramount. Since 2015, 100% of Lipton’s teas have been Rainforest Alliance Certified™. And they’re working towards making all Lipton teabags plant-based and biodegradable, as well as removing all plastic from their packaging.

Lipton’s purpose

Lipton’s purpose is to positively impact people’s wellbeing by democratizing the goodness of tea through a wide choice of delicious drinks.

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