2016 Earth Day Giveaway!

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In honor of upcoming Earth Day, we’re celebrating our commitment to sustainability with a Giveaway! Six lucky winners will each receive a Yogi travel mug and organic cotton tote bag, along with a selection of four delicious Yogi teas: Chai Rooibos, Cinnamon Vanilla Healthy Skin™, Egyptian Licorice Mint and Roasted Dandelion Spice DeTox.

To enter for a chance to win, email giveaway@yogiproducts.com and let us know what sustainability means to you. Be sure to include “2016 Earth Day Yogi Tea Giveaway” in the subject line.

Emails must be received by 11:59pm PST on April 30th, 2016 to be counted as eligible entries.*


*Offer is valid for US households only. Limit: one entry per household. Winners will be notified via email within three (3) business days after the Giveaway Period and will have an additional ten (10) days to respond to claim their prize. For questions, or to receive a complete copy of the official rules for the 2016 Earth Day – Yogi® Tea Giveaway, please email giveaway@yogiproducts.com before May 31st, 2016.


{May 6, 2016}: CONGRATULATIONS Rita K, Diana S, Lauren W, Marcia V, Bridget A and Zoe L, winners of the 2016 Earth Day Yogi Tea Giveaway! Thank you to all who entered and let us know what sustainability means to you! (This sweepstakes is now closed.)



  • Jen Vaccaro says:

    I love drinking your teas!

  • Jen Vaccaro says:

    Sustainability means loving the Earth.

  • Candace Traicoff says:

    Sustainability means to me that my great, great, great grandchildren can see, feel, touch, smell, and taste the same things I did and be able to enjoy them all.

  • pam says:

    I enjoyed answering your earth day question 🙂

  • Sandra Correia says:

    Best tea ever. Ever since my sister in law introduced this tea to me I don’t drink anything else.

  • Justine Taylor says:

    What dose sustainability means to me?
    This is a great question.
    It means to be still to be one within myself.
    To hold confidence and courage.
    And knowing that I am grateful for everything.

  • Mia Justine-Mitchell says:

    Love your Ginger tea!

  • Lina Correa says:

    Sustainability is treading lightly on the earth, leaving the earth in as good shape as I can, making sure my passage through life doesn’t leave marks!

  • I absolutely love this tea, I bought my first box about a month ago, and cannot get enough, I buy three boxes at a time, and the Calming tea is one of my favorites to date.

  • What a sweet idea for Earth day!

  • What a sweet idea for Earth day! Sustainability to me means Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Picking up roadside and beach side litter. Reusable energy such as the sun and wind for electricity. Donate to Good will instead of filling up the dumps with good useable products. Garage sales, Craigs list are also great ways to reuse.

  • Marina says:

    It’s how I strive to live my life. Everything we do, use or buy has an impact on the world. I try to make choices that have the least amount of negative impact on the earth. I use natural cleaning products, eat organic and local food and conserve energy and resources when possible. I support companies who are trying to adopt methods of production that use renewable energy and non toxic processes. I try to buy local when possible. I especially love Yogi Tea and refuse to drink any other brand because I am so in love with Yogi!

  • I entered the giveaway and just wanted to thank you for all your beautiful flavorful tea products.

  • I love your teas, they are bursting with flavor & the right amount of herbs & spices…

  • Dee E says:

    I love Yogi Tea!

  • Judith Anderson says:

    Sustainable to me means something that can stand time, stay strong and be reused without causing waste to the environment.

  • MaryAnn says:

    I love your teas! They taste wonderful.

  • Carolyn says:

    I love your teas.. Thank you for this kind gesture.

  • “2016 Earth Day Yogi Tea Giveaway” Thank you for your commitment to sustainability.

  • Tandra Shedd says:

    I Yogi teas. Keep up the good products.

  • Thank you for celebrating Earth Day !

  • As a Boy Scout I was taught to leave a camp ground as I found it. If I do leave a path, I try to leave one that is congenial to those who may follow it, be it man or Nature.

  • Lori Forrester says:

    What does sustainability mean to me? Giving back to Mother Nature more than I consume.

  • Sue says:

    I have tried to enter your contest but I keep getting errors. Just letting you know.

  • Lee Radtke says:

    Sustainability is approaching everything you do with a creative playful spirit in order to avoid using new and/or irreplaceable materials.

  • Ben Merritt says:

    I think sustainability means making the most of our resources. By reusing items, we can make the most of our resources and preserve what we have.

  • …sustainability means to recycle as much as you can to keep from depleting our planet of all it has to offer. Keeping it clean will do wonders for our future, and for our children’s environment as well. Let us do all we can to save our Earth for our future generations. Thanks for sponsoring this giveaway.

  • cguard says:

    Sustainability is the foundation of our everyday life on an organic farm. It applies to the food we eat, the products we choose to buy and the activities we engage in. Are we leaving this earth a better place for all our children?

  • jj jul says:

    Sustainability means helping the planet and each and every one of us, including all creatures. We must do all we can to keep this planet and all beings alive. Every bit helps, including sustainable products and habits. Thank you for caring! Joy

  • Maria says:

    Sustainability means helping to keep the environment healthy and thriving for years to come. In order to achieve this, people must help reduce their carbon footprint. Even the smallest measures can make a large impact like recycling or using reusable bags.

  • Maria says:

    I live in Spain and would love to participate in the draw, is not possible?

  • Vicki Scott says:

    Love your tea! My favorites are Cinnamon Vanilla Healthy Skin, Vanilla Spice Perfect Energy and Honey Lavender Stress Relief, which relaxes me like nothing else can after a six hour shift in retail. I also love your quotes. I have a pretty glass bowl on my kitchen counter that I put them in after reading and sometimes when I need a pick-me-up I pull one out of the bowl and read it again. It’s amazing how often I pick the one that fits the circumstance at the time. I also like your website and enjoy reading the blog. Yogi Tea is part of my life!

  • Love your teas what a humbling opportunity.

  • Yogi says:

    Hi Maria! Unfortunately, the Giveaway is for US households only. Thank you & Be well!

  • Yogi says:

    Thank you for letting us know, Sue! If you are having trouble sending your entry to giveaway@yogiproducts.com, please try sending it to customerservice@yogiproducts.com and we’ll be sure to add it to the list of entries. Good luck!

  • Yogi says:

    Thank you for your wonderful comments, everyone! Just a reminder that in order to enter for a chance to win, your comments must be sent via email to giveaway@yogiproducts.com with “2016 Earth Day Yogi Tea Giveaway” in the subject line. Thank you again & Good luck!

  • ER says:

    Sustainability means to be to be one with mother earth. To take care of our environment and care for it as we do ourselves. Love it and nourish it. Reuse items that are reusable and don’t litter or do damage to environment by throwing trash or waste anywhere. Recycle all things! Just love our environment and try to make it better by taking care of it! Thank you for all your wonderful teas and inspirational sayings!


  • Thomas says:

    Great post! Have nice day ! 🙂 puwso

  • Yogi says:

    Hi there Thomas,

    Thanks so much for your kind words! We appreciate your feedback and are happy to hear that you enjoyed our recent blog post. For future updates on Yogi news, recipes and promotions, be sure to sign up for our monthly newsletter: Yogi Newsletter Sign Up.

    Enjoy and be well!

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