Rhody-grown herbal teas

LOCAL HERBS: Sisters Christina Dedora, right, owner, and Cheryl Pynn run Sanctuary Herbs, a small business that makes herbal teas. Sanctuary buys fresh herbs from local farmers and dries them in its facility in Pawtucket.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
LOCAL HERBS: Sisters Christina Dedora, right, owner, and Cheryl Pynn run Sanctuary Herbs, a small business that makes herbal teas. Sanctuary buys fresh herbs from local farmers and dries them in its facility in Pawtucket.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
After 13 years of farming – growing flowers, herbs and vegetables on state-owned, cooperative land – Christina Dedora was ready to simplify her work life. She and her then-partner decided to launch a business that would focus on dried herbs, specifically those used for culinary uses and herbal teas. Their plans got an unexpected boost…

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