Many South Africans would agree that nothing beats a comforting cup of aromatic Laager Rooibos tea. Fortunately, research reveals that the popular anytime beverage is not only packed with antioxidants but also boasts incredible benefits related to preventing heart disease and strokes.
Tetley, the world’s second largest tea brand, has launched two new teas in line with their vision of offering premium tea at affordable prices so that a great cup of tea is within everyone’s reach. The new Tetley Earl Grey and Tetley Lemon-flavoured teas have been expertly blended to give South African tea lovers more choice.
Foodies Lebo and Tebo Ndala from @withlovefromthetwins are the faces and recipes behind South African favourite, Laager Rooibos. We spent some time getting to know Lebo and Tebo better and finding out more about their love of cooking and how they got into the foodie industry.
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.
Zimbabwe's farmers smell the tea and coffee
14/06/2019 - 09:50
Farmers in Zimbabwe’s Eastern Highlands are smelling the tea and coffee.
Rooibos tea now a popular staple on Starbucks’ UK menus
09/05/2018 - 10:42
The South Africa Rooibos Council expressed delight that homegrown Rooibos is now part of the international coffee shop chain Starbucks’ spring menu.
Twinings invests to improve lives of tea workers in India
14/02/2018 - 15:51
Associated British Foods-owned Twinings has announced a further five years of funding for its partnership with Unicef, with the aim of enhancing the lives of children and women living on tea estates in Assam, in north-east India.
Co-op unveils biodegradable tea bags in a bid to reduce plastic pollution
01/02/2018 - 08:47
British supermarket The Co-op has unveiled a fully biodegradable paper tea bag, which it says “could save nine tonnes of plastic every year from being dumped into household rubbish and compost collections”.
World's biggest black-tea exporter targets 20% output growth
03/07/2017 - 16:29
Nairobi - Kenya, the world’s biggest exporter of black tea, expects production of the leaves to rise by about 20% by the end of the decade, as farmers harvest from new bushes, according to the industry regulator.
Rooibos Limited guilty of abuse of dominance
20/06/2017 - 10:31
Rooibos Limited, which describes itself as the "preferred supplier" of rooibos tea, has been charged with abuse of dominance by the Competition Commission and faces an administrative penalty equal to 10% of its annual turnover.
Why Lewis should step out the laager
15/07/2014 - 09:50
Are alarm bells ringing at furniture retail company Lewis? Although the 80-year-old company boasts that it is South Africa’s “largest furniture chain” with 636 stores, it has never been particularly great at transparency.
Zimbabwean agro-industrial company, Arniston Holdings Limited, posts profit
14/01/2014 - 08:27
HARARE - Agro-industrial company Ariston Holdings Limited (Ariston) posted a $2,4 million after tax profit in the year to September 2013 spurred largely by rehabilitation of its farming assets.