Producer Profile: InJoy CHA

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InJoy CHA

Local to Colorado, InJoy CHA is a vendor you can find selling delicious products at the Slow Food Farmers Market on Sundays!

“InJoy CHA is based on  herbal tea blendz created by Manda Pendleton, Clinical Herbalist ~ Nemenhah Medicine Woman who has been Intuitively formulating with herbal essence remedies and food az medicine for over 20 years. All CHA is sourced with Organic teas, herbs & juices, Made with Rocky Mountain Spring Water, Organic cane sugar & Raw Organic Honey or Organic VT Maple Syrup.”

Check out InJoy CHA’s website for more information about her products and practices.

Come to the Slow Food Farmers Market at The Source this Sunday to taste her Kombucha and more.

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