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Published June 3, 2014
Findings open a new area for research into cancer prevention. Read More »
Brain-Enhancing Drinks: Green Tea Should be the Vehicle of Choice
By Diana Cowland, Senior Health & Wellness Analyst, Euromonitor International
Published May 2, 2014
Educating younger consumers about the benefits of maintaining brain health and demonstrating product efficacy will be important to future market success. Read More »
Published April 8, 2014
Research published in the academic journal Psychopharmacology suggests green tea extract increases the brain's effective connectivity. Read More »
The Future of Tea is Green & Herbal
By Amadee Bender, Amadee+Company
Published January 15, 2014
Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world and the market is growing rapidly. Read More »
Published December 18, 2013
Market research from Amadee+Company reports a growing demand for tea. Read More »
Published September 2, 2013
Green tea is rich in the class of polyphenol compounds known as catechins. Read More »
Black Tea Joins the Fight Against Diabetes
By Diana Cowland, Health and Wellness Analyst, Euromonitor
Published February 1, 2013
Green tea has long been considered the world’s most healthy hot beverage. However, new research is emerging that suggests black tea may be an effective tool in the management and prevention of diabetes. Nevertheless, consumers remain in the dar… Read More »
Good News in the Tea Leaves
By Joanna Cosgrove
Published August 15, 2011
Health benefits, exotic offerings continue to entice consumers. Read More »
It’s Time for Tea
By Joanna Cosgrove
Published July 1, 2010
Sales continue to climb thanks to new flavors and perceived health benefits. Read More »
By Brian Keating
Published October 1, 2004
As long as the environment for teas continues to thrive due to favorable trends, the market could reach $10 billion in sales by 2010. Read More »
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