Soon after being established in 2009, zangra started to successfully cooperate with different porcelain factories all over the world – a cooperation that continues to this day. In recent years, zangra has spent a lot of time in world’s most famous porcelain cities. From Limoges in France to Jingdezhen in China, zangra was able to work at legendary porcelain factories. So in cooperation with the staff zangra created new models and rediscovered old forgotten molds. A number of old molds were put back in production making new pieces. Zangra’s porcelain is still produced by hand, piece by piece. This makes each piece unique. Zangra's work proved successful with their products being sold all over the world.
Did you realise that there's (more than likely) plastic in your tea bags? So many of us don't realise. If you were thinking that those silken teabags were made of silk, you'd be mistaken - they are either made of PET (the same plastic as water bottles) or plant-based plastic (sometimes called cornstarch as that sounds less like plastic, but regardless of name they are classified as plastic).
Fossil fuels should not be used to make single use items! We put our teabags in the compost and the 25% plastic mesh remains, often disintegrating into microplastic. Just because you can't see it doesn't mean it isn't there!
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