The Tea Spot streamlines Canadian sales, offers special discount in honour of Canada Day
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Just in time for Canada Day today (1 July), The Tea Spot is expanding and enhancing its sales operations into Canada with streamlined direct-to-consumer sales processes – including door-to-door tracking, fast shipping via UPS Worldwide Economy, duties/taxes paid upfront, and an enhanced online experience to accommodate regional customers. The Tea Spot is a leading producer of handcrafted whole leaf teas and Steepware, and the company donates 10% of all profits in-kind to cancer survivors and community wellness programmes.
In honour of Canada Day and its streamlined customer shipping, The Tea Spot has announced it will offer 20% off first-time customer orders shipping to Canada from 1 – 31 July with the promo code CANADA.
On average, eight cups of tea are consumed per person in Canada, according to the Tea and Herbal Association of Canada. 55% of Canadians drink tea at least once a week, while 54% of Canadians drink tea for comfort.
Jessica Kochik, CMO, The Tea Spot, said, “While we’ve always shipped our teas and Steepware to our Canadian customers, the shipping process and delivery time was not ideal. Now, with our updated sales and delivery procedures, Canadian tea drinkers can enjoy their teatime – as well as all the wellness benefits of tea – a lot sooner. Whether it’s a kick to get you going in the morning or just a small escape from the stress of the day, The Tea Spot offers a handcrafted tea that’s perfect for every moment.”
The Tea Spot Founder and CEO Maria Uspenski, author of Cancer Hates Tea, noted, “Since the beginning of the pandemic, more consumers in Canada and the US have discovered the world of tea – from loose leaf teas and functional teas, to herbals, botanicals and more. They’re also discovering the health benefits of tea and the calming aspects. Of course, we look forward to better serving our current customers in Canada, as well as connecting with new tea drinkers across the country.”