The beneficial health claims associated with drinking tea continue to drive up the sales of all types of tea bags in supermarkets, a trend that likely will continue for some time to come. Consumers' interest in eating healthy began affecting tea sales in 1998 when studies revealed that drinking tea, particularly green tea, could help promote a healthy lifestyle. Since then, more studies have associated tea with fighting wrinkles and even combating fat, as well as with fighting heart disease ...

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