Teas, both green and black, have potent anti-cancer effects against
a wide range of tumours, says a new study led by the US Department
of Agriculture that adds to an ever growing body of science behind
The antioxidant content of tea could mean that drinking three or
more cups a day could reduce the risk of a wide range of health
problems, ranging from cancer to heart disease, and may even be
healthier than water, says a review from...
At 3.15 million tonnes world tea production in 2003 beat 2002
supplies but prices remained firm reflecting season variability,
reports the UN food and farm body, adding that China has pushed up
green tea supplies.
Tea rivals vodka in the affection of Russian consumers, it seems,
with a new survey showing that 98 per cent of the population drink
the beverage on a regular basis - on average, at least two cups a
day. But while consumption levels...
As consumers turn their backs on black tea in favour of
health-positioned alternatives such as herbal or fruit teas, tea
makers rolling out new products to target this growing market might
gain from a new technology developed by UK...