Tea at Land Grant Goods first started as the "Bailey Tea Project" in 2014. Since then we have made a total of seven blends, including collaborations with Michigan State's College of Business and College of Arts and Letters, the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, and the Lavender Hill Farm in Boyne City, MI for custom blends. By purchasing Land Grant Goods tea, you are supporting a healthy food system, and the next generation of food activists.
Everything involving our tea is done in house at our certified food processing trailer, the Raspberry Jammer. Unlike nearly all other tea companies, we are a part of each step in the process. Beginning at the growth and harvest, followed by drying, processing, blending, and packaging, all steps of production are done by the students who run the business.