Storehouse Tea Relocates to #TheHildebrandt Building

Organic Tea Company Known for its Humanitarian Efforts, Including the Employment of Rwandan Refugees and a Campaign to Support Child Refugees in Iraq

Dec 01, 2015, 19:25 ET from Hildebrandt Group

CLEVELAND, Dec. 1, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Storehouse Tea, Northeast Ohio's premier hand crafter of Organic and Fair Trade loose leaf tea has joined the growing group of artisan food producers at the historic Hildebrandt Building. The new location will allow for expanded office space, an organic compliant kitchen and a showroom which is open to the public on Tuesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

With this move, Storehouse Tea also plans to enhance its community outreach and humanitarian efforts. The company already employs a number of Rwandan refugees as part of its packaging team, and is currently partnering with Back to Jerusalem to produce a special blend called School House Tea, proceeds from which will support the construction of a school in Northern Iraq for Yazidi refugee children displaced by ISIS. 

"It's a beautiful thing to watch our refugee employees assemble the Back to Jerusalem teas to help other refugees in Iraq," said Paula Hershman, President and founder of Storehouse Tea. "With this move, not only will we have the ability to produce and distribute more tea, we now have the opportunity to be even more involved in the community."

About Storehouse Tea: 

Storehouse Tea is Northeast Ohio's premier hand crafter of Certified Organic and Certified Fair Trade loose leaf teas. Offering more than 50 varieties, Storehouse Tea is committed to bringing its customers the finest organic teas from around the world. Storehouse Tea can be found in and served at many Northeast Ohio neighborhood and regional businesses, groceries, restaurants/café's, coffee houses and farmer's markets or can be purchased online at Get to know Storehouse on Facebook, and follow on Twitter.

About the Hildebrandt Building:

The Hildebrandt Building houses local artists, food entrepreneurs, culinary artisans and food production. Today over 20 local artists, including jewelers, sculptors, painters and fashion designers, take up studio space in the building which is located just minutes away from the Historic Westside Market in Ohio City's Clark-Fulton Neighborhood. The Hildebrandt – where art & food meat community. To learn more, visit


SOURCE Hildebrandt Group