Tea

The popularity of tea as a beverage helps drive awareness of the polyphenols extracted from the plant.

Special edition: Polyphenols

Global tea polyphenols market set to hit $368 million by 2020

By Hank Schultz

Tea polyphenols are poised to enjoy strong growth over the next decade, with a new market report calling for the global market in the ingredients to hit $368 million by 2020.  That makes sense to observers, who say the popularity of tea, green tea in...

Tetley USA describes British Blend as one of its top-selling teas

Federal judge dismisses Tetley USA tea fraud claims

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Tata Global Beverages subsidiary Tetley USA has succeeded in its effort to dismiss a lawsuit alleging it misleads consumers with ‘antioxidant, nutrient content and health claims’ for tea products.

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Twinings tea ‘antioxidant’ court row brews on in USA

By Ben BOUCKLEY

A US court says a class action alleging that Associated British Foods (ABF) brand Twinings broke the law by labeling green, black and white teas as a ‘natural source of antioxidants’ may proceed.

Hot and cold teas hold 'really unlimited opportunities' for both industry and consumers, according to Unilever

DISPATCHES FROM THE 2013 INNOBEV GLOBAL BEVERAGES CONGRESS, WARSAW, POLAND

Unilever touts tea as ‘hottest beverage’ in world

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Unilever has described tea as the ‘hottest beverage’ in the global drinks landscape, and one with unlimited opportunities as a natural product with scientifically proven health and wellness benefits.

Iced tea contains a high level of oxalate, which can increase the risk of kidney stones, warns Milner.

Iced tea consumption linked to kidney stones

By Nathan Gray

High consumption of iced tea drinks could be linked to the formation of kidney stones – especially in those who are at high risk of the painful disorder – warns one researcher.

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