365 Brand Organic Green Tea


365 Brand Organic Green Tea | The Healthy Family and Home

One of the top things you could do when starting to make changes to a healthier lifestyle is to starting drinking green tea – organic green tea.

Green tea has so many health benefits!

This is an easy way to incorporate one little change in your daily routine that can make such a big difference.

Health Benefits of Green Tea:

  • antioxidants neutralize “free radicals” within the body which damage cell health
  • lowers cholesterol
  • aids in burning fat
  • anti-diabetic
  • prevents strokes
  • fights dementia
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • anti-aging
  • immune booster
  • cleanses the liver
  • digestive aid
  • metabolism booster

When you buy your green tea, make sure you get “organic” to avoid pesticides and chemicals.

There are “caffeinated” and “decaffeinated” versions and I have used both.  When I was pregnant or breastfeeding, I drank the “decaffeinated” version and actually prefer it.  However, the last time I purchased a box of green tea from Whole Foods, they only had the “caffeinated” version, so I just bought that.

I usually buy mine while I’m at Whole Foods,  but if you don’t have a Whole Foods near you, you can also order online below from Amazon and have it delivered straight to your door.

Here are several options for either “decaffeinated” and “caffeinated” – all are organic.  I have purchased the Bigelow brand, Stash brand and Yogi brand in the past and have enjoy all of them equally.


 Caffeinated Organic Green Tea:


Decaffeinated Organic Green Tea:


These would be bulk orders, but it would last you a really long time, even if you drink the recommended 3 – 4 cups per day.


Sources of information:






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  1. Jack says

    365 tea bags are very suspicious.

    1. It appears the tea bags are made from bleached paper (loaded with chemical residues).

    2. Also, these tea bags are heat sealed using thermoplastics and most likely coated in epichlorohydrin (forms a carcinogen 3-MCPD when it comes in contact with water) to strengthen and prevent it from weakening when it’s placed in water.

    • Karielyn says

      Hi Jack…Would you happen to have a source or other information that supports the two points you made? If so, please let me know.

      I am very concerned about the products I use and that the information I post on my site is accurate.

      I sent an email to the Whole Foods (365 Brand) customer service and this was the reply I got:

      Hello Karielyn,

      Thanks for reaching out to us! Neither of those claims are accurate.

      The tea bags used in 365 packaged teas are made from wood pulps (hardwoods and softwoods) that are “bleached” using either Elemental Chlorine Free and/or Totally Chlorine Free processes. Both processes are recognized as global standards in the processing of wood pulps for the food industry.

      The uncoated bags are sealed using a pressurized heat sealing machine that uses no glue or adhesive.

      I hope this helps!

      If you have any further questions please use our on-line response form.

      Best regards,

      Julie Brown

      Global Customer Information Specialist | Whole Foods Market | 550 Bowie Street | Austin, Texas 78703

      However, you made a very valid point about bleached tea bags and other toxins that could be in them. Since I’ve written that post, I have started using a stainless steel mesh ball and loose tea that I buy in bulk. Not only is it cheaper than buying the individual bags, but much safer too.

      Thanks for your comment :)

  2. noelwollman says

    365 unsweeten green tea,organic…how much caffine in an 8 oz serving?? this info should be on the label…thank you


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