Tea’s Tea Review

April 11, 2013

 

Tea’s Tea Review

 

ITO EN (North America) Inc. was founded in May 2001 with the mission of introducing ITO EN’s line of green tea products and establishing a culture and interest in authentic green tea in the United States and beyond. In order to accomplish these goals, the company developed a three-tier strategy, simultaneously entering the beverage wholesale, retail, and restaurant industries.

In 2002, the Teas’ Tea line of natural, unsweetened bottled tea was launched. The product line functions as the centerpiece of ITO EN (North America) Inc. for it upholds ITO EN’s principles of Natural, Safe, Healthy, Well-Designed, and Delicious. The product was first introduced through wholesale distribution in New York City and the Tri-State area.

 Mommy and Baby Reviews recently had the chance to review Tea’s Tea. We  received  a bottle of Rose Green Tea , a bottle of  Unsweetened Green Tea and a bottle of  Mint Green Tea. We tried the Mint Green Tea first and it was surprisingly better than other Green Teas we have tried in the past. I have found that with many green teas there is a bitter after taste, that was not the case with Tea’s Teas.  The Rose Green Tea is my favorite! It has the perfect balance of blueberry and tea. It is only lightly sweetened so your not tasting the sugars but the natural flavors of the teas. Plus with only 40 calories per 8 ounce serving its like a healthy treat for my diet.

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Recently  ITO EN has launched a redesign of the TEAS’ TEA® Unsweetened packaging.  Their goal was to create a lighter weight PET bottle and smaller cap And that is just what they did. The new individual bottles will be a distinct leader in the beverage industry weighing in at only 18.7 grams. Did you know that standard plastic bottles in the industry are 24 grams?

Reducing packaging has always been one of ITO EN 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.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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