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Tata Says Yes To Clean Chai! Adil Hussain To
Me Sep 30 at 5:22 PM Hi Naresh,
Yes, you heard that right. Thanks to the constant support of over 40,000 people like you, Tata said yes to clean chai. That’s four of India’s leading tea companies, Tata, Unilever, Girnar and Wagh Bakri,committing to removing pesticides from our tea cultivation, in less than two months after launching our report titled, Trouble Brewing. How awesome is that! This wasn’t fate and it most definitely wasn’t an accident. The collective voice of this nation’s people made this happen. Today is the clearest proof yet that change is inevitable. Let’s take a moment to revel in this victory and tell all our friends and family how we made a huge difference to our national drink. Thanks,

Adil Hussain
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