Lessons

Organic, Fair Trade, and Kosher teas

lesson #03 quiz

In order for a regular oolong tea to be considered organic, it must be:
     Grown without the use of machinery
     Expensive
     Grown without the use of organs
     Grown without the use of pesticides

In order for a regular green tea to be considered Fair Trade, it must be:
     Certified by a Rabbi
     Of equal or lesser value to another tea
     Grown without the use of harmful chemicals
     Grown in a community that guarantees farmers reasonable wages

In order for a regular black tea to be considered Kosher, it must be:
     Certified by a Rabbi
     Nothing needs to be done- it is naturally Kosher
     Grown in a community that guarantees farmers reasonable wages
     Grown in a community that eats only Kosher food

Organic teas are guaranteed to:
     Be fresher
     Taste better
     Be healthier
     None of the above

Which tea would NOT be considered naturally Kosher?
     Oolong tea
     Flavored tea
     White tea
     Green tea

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