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Suja Elements Cold Brew TeaSuja Juice Co. released its first line of cold-brewed, organic, non-GMO Project Verified and cold-pressured teas. Co-developed with Whole Foods Market, Suja Elements Cold Brew Teas are available exclusively at the specialty retailer nationwide. The lineup comes in Chunmee Tropical, Jasmine Pomegranate, Honeybush Peach and Unsweetened Biodynamic Black varieties. Chunmee Tropical combines Chunmee green tea and tropical flavors of pineapple, mango and lime and is sweetened with a touch of honey and coconut palm sugar; Jasmine Pomegranate blends jasmine tea, lemon, pomegranate, tamarind and honey; Honeybush Peach features flavors of Honeybush and tulsi teas, peach and honey; and Unsweetened Biodynamic Black blends Nilgiri, Darjeeling and Assam teas sourced from a variety of Certified Biodynamic farms. A 12-ounce bottle retails for approximately $3.99. As with all other Suja Elements flavors, $0.20 from each bottle of Suja Elements tea sold will be donated to select charities as part of the Suja Elements Cause Collective.

Suja Juice Co., San Diego
Telephone:
855/879-7852
Internet: www.sujajuice.com
Distribution: National
Ingredients: Chunmee Tropical: Organic chunmee green tea, organic pineapple, organic mango puree, organic honey, organic lime juice and organic coconut palm sugar.

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