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Fairtrade and Women

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Support Women Tea Pickers by choosing Fair trade certified teas Choosing products that carry the FAIRTRADE Mark means you support the sustainable livelihoods of tea farmers in countries marginalized by trade, and support the position of women farmers and workers. Fairtrade and Women All Fairtrade producers must follow Fairtrade Standards that include the following:…

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Tega Tea’s new Champagne of Tea

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What’s the deal with our new Tega Green Tea Darjeeling and the Tega Signature Breakfast tea? Tega Organic Teas wants you to experience the “Champagne of Tea”, with flavors of French grapes and Himalayan mountain air. Darjeeling is frequently called the “Champagne of teas,” with musky-sweet tasting notes similar to…

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Rooibos Tea Benefits

Benefits of Drinking Rooibos Tea

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South African Rooibos (Red) Tea Also popularly known as red tea, rooibos tea is obtained from a plant that grows abundantly in the Cederberg Mountains of South Africa. It has a naturally sweet taste, which is perfect for anyone looking for a refreshing drink without loading up on calories. With its…

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Research Shows how Tea Combats Obesity

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An Australian biomedical professor has discovered that green tea, onions and olive leaf extract can combat obesity and associated diseases like, diabetes, heart disease and fatty liver, even if a high-fat and high-carb diet has been indulged in. The professor tested a variety of foods on rats that been on an unhealthy diet high…

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