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Tea Bags

Coats tea bag threads and yarns are sterile, knotless and free from contaminants and toxic material. The tea bag threads are manufactured with just the right combination of strength, softness and evenness required for clean and efficient cutting, stapling or knotting.

Coats tea bag cotton strings are designed with consistent off-winding and a well-balanced twist selection to deliver optimum machine performance on all leading tea bag packaging machines that use different attachment methods.

Coats Fact: The history of Coats spans four centuries and six continents.

Coats Fact: We are focused on reducing our energy consumption and in 2011 we used 35% less energy than we did in 2000.

Coats Fact: In 1879 Thomas Edison used Coats thread as the filament in his famous light bulb experiments.

Coats Fact: With a rich heritage established in the 1750's, Coats was one of the world's first multi-national companies.

Coats Fact: 1 in 5 garments around the world are held together using Coats' thread.

Coats Fact: 67% of all cardboard material we use is recycled.

Tea bag items

Our main brands

RecLID Teabag

Polylactic-acid biodegradable fibre used in the manufacturing of tea bags

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Bamsyl Teabag

Natural, anti-microbial bamboo fibre used to manufacture tea bags

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Prolene Teabag

Polypropylene thread used to manufacture tea bags

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Admiral Teabag

Staple spun cotton used for tea bag string

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