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.★ Tea Advent Tea Organic, 18 Bags

  • .★ Tea Advent Tea Organic, 18 Bags
.★ Tea Advent Tea Organic, 18 Bags

General Vegan Label
CH-Bio / EU-Bio


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.★ Tea Advent Tea Organic, 18 Bags

Xmas is around the corner...

Have a lovely cuppa with Sonnentor Advent Tea. Includes 18 Tea Bags


Apple slices organic cut, hibiscus bio, rosehips bio, cinnamon Ceylon bio, organic pears, organic quince fruits, orange peels bio, organic carnations, vanilla extract bio
Organic statement in the ingredients list

allergy Information
no: sulfur dioxide and sulphites> 10mg / kg
contain: vanillin, cinnamon
Nutritional values per 100g
Energy value 1117 kJ / 267,16 kcal
Total Fat 0,91 g
- Saturated Fat 0,21 g
Carbohydrates 40,7 g
- of which sugar 29,23 g
Fibre 25,13 g
Protein 6,37 g
Salt 0,05 g


SONNENTOR has been going through life with a smile for over 20 years SONNENTOR Kräuterhandels GmbH was founded in the Waldviertel in 1988. Starting point for the founder and CEO John Gutmann was the idea of selling organically farmed goods under the logo of the smiling sun on regional and international market. In 1992, an old farm in Sprögnitz was purchased and used as the business head quarters. It was converted to a production and distribution center and has been modernized and expanded over the years. The SONNENTOR business idea is based on the concept of supporting small rural structures, which have a long-standing tradition in the Waldviertel district. To date, this business model has been the foundation of the ongoing success of the brand. For the continuous and consistent social and environmental commitment to regional suppliers, SONNENTOR has been recognized with the TRIGOS award in 2008.

GMO Statement

Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.