teapigs Start Matcha May
Contains 70 times more antioxidants than orange juice
Change just one thing and take teapigs organic matcha daily for the ULTIMATE health boost in a mug!
Online PR News – 29-April-2013 – Forget the fads, by changing just one caffeine crash inducing coffee a day
for a mug of ‘super power green’ teapigs organic Matcha, customers will be getting 15 times the health
benefits of regular green tea. A boost to the metabolism and lots more energy - making it THE must-have
product to get customers ready for summer.
Made from just one ingredient - 100% organic green tea leaves ground to a fine powder – one serving of
matcha contains 6 times more antioxidants than goji berries, 70 times more than orange juice and 9 times
more beta carotene than spinach.
It helps boost metabolism and burns fat - so it is often drunk before exercise. teapigs organic matcha also
contains high levels of minerals, vitamins and fibres as well as amino acid L-theanine which is proven to raise
energy levels whilst also keeping consumers calm and focused.
Matcha contains all these amazing health benefits due to two reasons:
1. Two weeks prior to picking, the green tea leaves are grown under shade which cuts out 80% of the
sunlight, causing the tea plant to produce lots of chlorophyll; increasing the nutrients and amino acids in the
tea leaf, meaning everyone will start off with a very nutrient rich leaf.
2. As the leaves are ground down to a fine powder using traditional granite stones, customers consume the
whole tea leaf and all the nutrients within it, rather than throwing them away in a teabag.
Traditionally drunk with hot water as a green tea, matcha is extremely versatile so why not try it mixed into a
latte, drunk as a shot or added to fruit juices, smoothies or yoghurt – it’s so easy to fit into your everyday
lifestyle and tastes good even if the consumer doesn't like green tea.
There are lots of green tea powders on the market, but it is only matcha that has all the health benefits.
Genuine matcha comes from Japan and teapigs matcha is grown in the Nishio region - the most renowned
matcha growing area.
Notes to Editor:
For further P.R. information, a list of matcha stockists or images please contact:
Jessica Filbey at team TASTE on 0207 242 2844 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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