You can’t put a price on a great cuppa
Issued by Marilyn Garreau, PR Consultant on behalf of Joekels Tea Packers - Nov 22nd 2018, 08:28
Tea is a pick-me-up in a cup. Warm or cold, it soothes and refreshes; it’s a great stress-reliever. And with a list of health benefits to go with it, it’s quite the overachiever. You can’t put a price on a great cuppa, but if you did, you’d be happy to know it’s a super affordable treat.
With monthly grocery bill totals getting bigger and scarier, it’s good to know that you can still rely on tea. According to Joekels Tea Packers Director, Joe Swart, tea, second to tap water, is the most highly consumed beverage in the world, and still one of the most affordable beverages. It’s 30c cheaper than instant coffee, and 80c cheaper than instant hot chocolate. It’s so affordable that for 5 soft drinks or fruit juices a day, you could have 45 cups of Laager Rooibos tea!
At only 55c a cup, Laager Rooibos tea is packed with great health benefits and is naturally sugar-free and caffeine-free. In a cup of Laager Rooibos, you won’t find additives, preservatives or colourants, but you will find abundant antioxidants to give your immune system a boost. Rooibos keeps you hydrated and can help to reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer. It protects your liver and can help with stomach cramps too. And it does this all while giving you that refreshing taste you love.
With the festive season around the corner, pockets will be more pinched than normal. So why not pour your guests a cuppa?
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