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Market Analysis Finds That People Are Switching to Exotic And Herbal Tea

by Rukmani Krishna on September 12, 2013 at 11:19 PM
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 Market Analysis Finds That People Are Switching to Exotic And Herbal Tea

As people are switching to healthier, more exotic flavours, hot drinks containing caffeine and milk are going down in popularity chart.

According to market analysts Kantar Worldpanel, sales of green, fruit and herbal teas rose 19 and 15 percent respectively while demand for black tea went down in the past year, the Daily Express reported.

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The report in The Grocer said that camomile, peppermint and fruit tea might not be enough to satisfy your average builder come tea break, but away from the building sites their tastes are becoming increasingly exotic.

Source: ANI
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