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Lebensbaum, a German producer of organic tea, coffee and herbs, selected Innovia Films’ compostable cellulose-based material, NatureFlex NVR, as a packaging material for its organic teas.
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, a retailer based in Los Angeles, has joined forces with Feeding America to kick off a fall campaign to raise funds for food banks around the country. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf will work with the hunger-relief charity to donate a portion of funds raised at participating cafés this season to local food banks.
The Coca-Cola Co. expanded its Fuze lineup to include naturally flavored teas and juice drinks.
After its three-month-long 20th anniversary contest initiative, New York-based Arizona Beverages announced that fans have selected the package design for its new Cherry Lime Rickey flavor.
Sun Chlorella USA launched Infuse Your Mood tea, which is said to help balance consumers’ mind, body and spirit.
In response to the increasing number of consumers looking to experiment with flavors, Red Rose Tea launched a line of hand-crafted black teas inspired by desserts.
Cat Cora’s Kitchen by Gaea, a brand of Gaea Products S.A., will introduce a line of saffron-based herbal teas in July.
In response to consumer requests for a light-tasting, less sweet all-natural tea, Dr Pepper Snapple Group launched Snapple Lightly Sweetened teas in Peach Passionfruit and Cherry Pomegranate flavors.
When it comes to tea, the more “colorful” the better.
Caribou Coffee Co. Inc., Minneapolis, introduced six new all-natural sparkling teas and juices as well as 64-ounce growlers at its coffeehouses.