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Herbal Tea Break May Protect Liver

Taking a herbal tea break may prevent hardening of the liver, according to researchers at Erasmus MC University Medical Centre, Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Frequent consumption of herbal tea—or coffee—was inversely related with liver stiffness, the researchers wrote in a study published in the Journal of Hepatology and reported on by Science Daily. Non-alcoholic...

Unboxed: 9 New Teas That Inspire

Inspired tea and herbal tisane products invigorate the category.   Whether loose-leaf, bagged or ready-to-drink, tea of all forms has been a staple category in natural retail stores for decades. Tea’s reputation as a daily health ritual has boded well for the category. According to the Tea Association of the U.S.A., tea can be...

Technavio Ranks Top Herbal Tea Vendors

Adagio Teas, Associated British Foods (ABF), Dilmah Tea, ITO EN, Tata Global Beverages, and Unilever top the list of global herbal tea vendors, according to market analysis conducted by Technavio. Other prominent vendors in the market include Alvita, Barry’s Tea, Bigelow Tea, Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate, Celestial Seasonings, Harney & Sons, Mighty Leaf...

PG Tips Expands Fruit and Green Tea Line

Grab a pass to tea industry’s elite education conference, World Tea Expo 2015. Early bird pricing ends Thursday, February 19! This month PG Tips will be expanding its one year old Fruit & Herbal and its Green Tea line with four new additions. The new teas are Vibrant Blackcurrant, Crisp Mint, Zesty Lemon &...

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Fruit Flavored Teas Making their Mark in Britain

Tastes may be changing in Britain as sales of black tea bags are declining and interest in green tea, fruit-flavored teas and herbals are on the rise. Standard black tea bags have long been the prominent tea choice and they continue to be so, with annual sales of£415 million. All other tea types combined...