Amanprana Matcha saves the mangrove in south-east Asia, planting mangroves
Thanks to Amanprana’s Kotobuki Matcha, mangrove trees are being planted in Thailand and Indonesia. Amanprana’s Kotobuki Matcha is grown by Aiya. Amanprana considers Aiya to be the best producer of organic ceremonial tea in Japan. Aside from creating the best quality Matcha, Aiya is also strongly in touch with the planet and tries to make a contribution to it. For example, the company regularly dispatches its staff for two weeks of voluntary work, planting mangrove trees together with locals. This means an immediate contribution to the mangrove population, with more than 50,000 mangrove trees already planted in south-east Asia. The company generally sends out 40 to 60 people at a time.
Mangroves are important to flora and fauna alike. Amanprana and Aiya play their part
You may ask why planting mangrove forests is so important. Because ever since they have disappeared in areas such as Singapore, many types of flora and fauna, including insects and birds, have disappeared with them.
Find out more at Amanprana and the mangrove forests