Saturday, March 23, 2013

Teas'Tea Review

My husband and I are trying to be healthier this year, and part of that includes being really 
careful about what we drink. We have tried only drinking water, but that's hard, we crave
something to drink that has some flavor, especially after so many years of drinking 
so much soda. 
So I was really happy to find this line of Teas'Tea which are all green unsweetened tea. 
Some of them have added natural flavors like mint or rose. 

ITO EN has launched a redesign of the TEAS’ TEA® Unsweetened packaging.  By creating a lighter weight 
PET bottle and smaller cap, the new individual bottles will be a distinct leader in the beverage industry weighing
in at only 18.7 grams, compared to the standard plastic bottles in the industry of 24 grams.
Reducing packaging has always been one of the company’s CSR initiatives and a central goal in saving emissions to reduce it’s environmental impact. By choosing recyclable plastic bottles (PET 1) over glass, the company has been able to ship more tea in individual shipping trucks, saving in fuel expenses and reducing it’s carbon footprint.

The new packaging imagery reflects the TEAS’ TEA fresh and healthy appeal an wide array of people. The bottles are fully wrapped minimizing light exposure to reduce oxidation and preserve the antioxidants in the teas, ensuring the freshness and potency of the tea. 

Recognized for their recycling tea leaf program, ITO EN has been awarded the Grand Prize by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan and the Environment Minister’s Prize for developing eco-friendly products made from used tea leaves. A variety of products ranging from vending machines and public benches have been a part of the company’s recycling CSR activities.

You can purchase Teas'Tea here Online Shop
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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