Tea Wholesale Suppliers: Opportunities to Drop Ship

Four different shades of tea, from yellow (herbal) to black

Tea Wholesale Suppliers: Drop Ship Natural and Organic Teas

A black teapot on a metal holder. A black teacup full of tea on a white saucer. A white creamer pitcher.

Looking for tea wholesale suppliers? It’s smart to sell natural and organic tea, and even smarter to drop ship.

Consider these important points.

  • Just like with most other food categories, the natural and organic tea trend keeps becoming more popular.
    • Technavio reports that U.S. organic tea sales will grow by over 5% by 2021, and reach $295.1 million in sales by that year.
  • Consumers associate health benefits with natural and organic teas.
    • For example, some see green tea as a metabolic aid.
    • Others see black tea as an excellent source of antioxidants.
    • And producers specially design some teas to offer medicinal benefits.
  • Also, consumers will pay more for these high-quality natural brews.
  • Drop shipping eliminates inventory risk. Instead, the drop shipping supplier ships tea right to your customer.
    • Choose a supplier with fast transit times.
    • The supplier should also offer lower, wholesale prices.

Sell a Variety of Teas

Teas come in several categories. Sell tea from many categories to satisfy consumers. Here’s a sampling of tea from popular categories and reliable brands.

Black Tea: Twinings Irish Breakfast

Twinings Irish Breakfast Black Tea

  • 100% pure black tea inspired by the Irish tradition of extra-strong teas.
  • Bold Assam and rich, amber Kenyan teas combine with subtle Indonesian and Chinese teas.
  • The result: a full-bodied, thick, malty tea with a smooth finish. So, wake up the Irish way!

Green Tea: Stash Moroccan Mint

Stash Moroccan Mint Green Tea

  • Made with Chinese green tea, and accented with spearmint, peppermint, and a hint of lemongrass.
  • Enjoy it as Moroccans traditionally do, with a sprinkling of sugar. It’ll transport you to a cool, soothing oasis.
  • Perfect both hot and iced.

Herbal Tea: Numi Amber Sun Turmeric Rooibos

Numi Organic Teas Turmeric Rooibos Amber Sun

  • Turmeric, rooibos, vanilla beans and cinnamon combine in this fully organic herbal teasan. Consumers will enjoy mellow apple notes with a sweet peppery zest. 
  • USDA Organic, and served in non-GMO, biodegradable tea bags.
  • Also, it’s Non-GMO Project Verified and made with Fair Trade Certified ingredients. In fact, this tea inaugurated a Fair Trade turmeric program in Madagascar.

Oolong Tea: Choice Organic Oolong

Choice Organic Teas Oolong

  • Lightly bruised and oxidized oolong tea leaves bring a subtly earthy and smoky flavor.
  • Made with 100% organic oolong leaves. So, it’s a USDA Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified brew.
  • Also, it’s fully Fair Trade Certified and Certified Gluten-Free.
  • Plus, the tea bags come from natural, unbleached fiber.

Fruity Tea: Stash Wild Raspberry Hibiscus

Stash Wild Raspberry Hibiscus Herbal Tea

  • This fruity, enchanting feast for the senses brews up with a deep red color.
  • Hibiscus, lemongrass, orange peel, and rosehips combine with the flavor of fresh, ripe raspberries.
  • The sweet and tangy tisane’s naturally caffeine-free.
  • So, it works great as a thirst-quenching iced tea, or as a satisfying hot drink before bed.

Medicinal Tea: Yogi Breathe Deep

Yogi Breathe Deep medicinal tea

  • Yogi Breathe Deep’s designed for respiratory support. So, it starts with licorice and thyme, traditional breathing aids.
  •  Eucalyptus and warming spices round out the tea, for a naturally spicy-sweet flavor.
  • USDA Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified.
  • Take a deep breath after drinking, and feel the clearing sensation.

Ready to drop ship these and other wholesale teas? GreenDropShip.com will satisfy your needs. Learn more.

Author: Jessica.Huhn
Jessica Huhn is a graduate of Mount St. Mary's University and a content writer for GreenDropShip.com. When she is not engaging in her passion for writing, there is a good chance that Jessica is singing, whether by herself or with one of her choirs. She might also be admiring cows, animals that she has seen a unique beauty in since the age of two.