Gangwal Group backs Woolah in an effort to promote healthy tea habits
Contributing to the future of tea bags, the Gangwal Group has made a sizeable investment in Assam-based startup Woolah Tea to help ensure its continued success and to spread awareness of the company’s commitment to sustainability and innovation.
Woolah, founded by Upamanyu Borkakoty, has procured assistance from the Gangwal Group, boosting its total yield to 9.6 crores. With this, Woolah will be well on its way to becoming the first bagless tea brand in the world to be patented by the Government of India.
The Gangwal Group aspires to provide a “comprehensive health solution” and thus, penetrate many health-specific areas. This move made by the brand traces its commitment to providing a better and plastic-free way to brew an exotic true dip, which in turn has a bearing on the significance of healthy absorption.
Shedding light on investing in a new brand, Anil Jain, owner of the Gangwal Group, said, “We’ve taken this step to cater to the health-conscious needs of all our consumers. We hope that with this innovative step, we can spread the word about how vital it is to use plastic-free true dips in one’s daily intake rather than those containing microplastics.”