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Roogenic was honoured to be able to join together with the WA community in support of Mother’s Day Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea 2018 for a brighter and healthier future.

You never need a reason to enjoy a good cup of tea but this year Roogenic was proud to support an event that gave tea a reason – Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea held on Mother’s Day 2018 by the Cancer Council WA.

This annual Perth high tea event has music, guest speakers, and provides food and, of course, tea!! All proceeds go to Cancer Council WA to continue funding life-saving cancer research, running state-wide prevention programs and supporting WA families affected by cancer.

Roogenic was a proud sponsor of this event, donating their signature Native Australian Bush Ice Teas to everyone on arrival and their hot teas throughout the day. We were also pleased to donate several Roogenic gift boxes to go towards the auction.

Jordan Bruno, from the Roogenic team, attended the event and was overwhelmed with the positive response to our products and the team spirit at the event.

“Everyone at the morning tea was so pleased to be supporting a great cause while being able to try a unique flavour experience,” says Jordan.

“We had so many people coming up to us and asking where they could buy our teas.”

It is the mission of Cancer Council WA to reduce the incidence and impact of cancer but to be able to do this, it needs to support of the community.





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