About us

Tea is not only a true miracle cure in terms of well-being and health, but also does our soul good with its pleasant warmth. Not surprisingly, tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world.

Those who value taste and quality equally will get their money’s worth at Essendia. Tea lovers can not only choose between more than 700 tea varieties, but will also find the right tea accessories in high quality. We attach great importance to organic quality and stand with our name not only for quality, but above all for sustainability. Both the packaging and the tea bags that we use have the advantage that they are biodegradable. In addition to not using plastic products, we attach great importance to using packaging material that does not contain an aluminium coating. This not only protects the environment, but also your health.

In addition to the wide range of tea variations, we also offer cocoa varieties, both with guarana and without, which taste great for the little ones in particular, but are harmless, as they deliberately do not contain caffeine.  In addition to tea and cocoa, Essendia also offers the so-called golden milk in the form of turmeric powder of the highest quality. With the healing, stimulating and cleansing effect of the drink, inflammations can be reduced, the immune system strengthened and liver function stimulated. Golden milk not only tastes delicious, but also has an antioxidant effect. In this product category you can also choose between different flavours, and there is something for every gourmet. Essendia attaches great importance not only to quality and sustainability, but also to transparency. You can convince yourself of this in our online shop. There you will find an insight into the origin of all the ingredients we use for our products.

Anyone who has now acquired a taste for it can look forward to further products in the coming years. From natural cosmetics to ready-to-serve meals, you can expect unique articles that stand out clearly from the products currently available on the market thanks to their high-quality workmanship and unique composition. Combined with Essendia smart shopping, a supermarket concept that makes shopping easier and fun, we combine product variety, high quality standards and shopping at a new level.

Future

Anyone who has now acquired a taste for it can look forward to further products in the coming years. From natural cosmetics to ready-to-serve meals, you can expect unique articles that stand out clearly from the products currently available on the market thanks to their high-quality workmanship and unique composition. Combined with Essendia smart shopping, a supermarket concept that makes shopping easier and fun, we combine product variety, high quality standards and shopping at a new level.

100 % Organic

Organic is not only trendy, but can also be found in every well-stocked shop. Regardless of whether they are discounters or delicatessens – organic products are now available almost everywhere and are therefore literally on everyone’s lips. Nevertheless, higher prices compared to those for products from conventional agriculture unsettle many consumers. What many are unaware of is the actual price they pay by foregoing organic products. In this case, they do not pay at the checkout, but sooner or later in terms of health, well-being and an overpriced health system that has to bear the consequences of unhealthy nutrition. This is precisely why organic farming plays an essential role and is becoming increasingly relevant as demand continues to rise. The responsibility for the development and growth of Bio & Co. lies with each and every one of us. With our decision for organic and against everything that contradicts it, we make an important contribution to environmental protection and an improvement of our quality of life.

Sustainability

Anyone who places value on organically grown products also cares a little about the sustainability of the food that ends up in their shopping basket every day. In this area, too, the customer is king and has a decisive influence on how suppliers develop and react to changes in demand and sustainability. In concrete terms, sustainability means supporting GMO-free agriculture. Since sustainable products cannot be identified by taste or appearance, special labels and quality seals help to locate these articles. There is not much that can be done wrong with organic products in terms of sustainability – because organic products are generally produced without genetic engineering and grown without chemical or artificial sprays. Especially for products from developing countries such as cocoa, tea, coffee and chocolate, it is worth taking a closer look at the label. Fair trade plays an important role here if sustainable food is important. Fair trade means fair prices for the producer that are significantly higher than the world market price and thus not only secure livelihoods, but also support educational and health facilities in countries that still need to catch up in these areas.

Full transparency

In the globalized world in which we live today and in which we are moving closer and closer together piece by piece, the range of food on offer is also becoming ever more diverse. It is not always easy to keep track and evaluate the quality of certain products. Transparency is the motto here if you want to know exactly what you are dealing with and what comes into your (shopping) bag. Although labels are becoming more and more important and can be found on all kinds of articles, many consumers feel overwhelmed and not sufficiently informed. It is the decision in which form this transparency is present – clearly formulated in an understandable way, with the renunciation of the small print, each of us as consumers can decide individually which food we want to consume and which we confidently leave behind on the shelves.

Organic cultivation in combination with sustainability and the clear labelling of the origin of all kinds of products – that and nothing else should be the measure of all things. The responsibility for the further development and application of such standards lies not with the producers or companies responsible for the distribution of our food, but solely with the consumer. Only we consumers have the power to determine the direction in which the future food market will develop with our decision on organic products. With this awareness and the critical examination of what the food industry is putting before us, each of us can make our contribution to a better world.