Tea

The Get Clean Stackable Tea Trio Tin from The Republic of Tea provides two weeks of detoxification. AM Tea combines dandelion for cleansing with spearmint for refreshment. All Day Tea combines rooibos, milk thistle and vanilla to gently stimulate the liver, while PM Tea has alma and schizandra to support healthy stress levels and ginger root to support digestion.

High Brew’s High Brew Coffee is made from 100% fair trade Arabica coffee beans. These ready-to-drink beverages come in four flavors: Double Espresso, Mexican Vanilla, Salted Caramel and Dark Chocolate Mocha. Each drink has 50–60 calories and contains more antioxidants and caffeine than a regular cup of coffee.

INBalance Health Corporation has two new flavors in its INBar line: Cinnamon Swirl and Chocolate Butter Crunch. INBars are formulated to reduce blood sugar spikes and may be suitable for diabetics. They are high in protein, contain no added sugar, and are all natural and allergen free.

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A newly available Web domain is beginning to be adopted by organic groups and companies. Global registry services provider Afilias made .organic available as an alternative to common domains like .com or .org back in August of 2014. It is only available to companies that sell at least some certified organic products, or are legitimate players in the organic industry. A survey commissioned by Afilias shows the public may actually value this distinction being made when visiting Web sites.

Chicago, IL—Generation Z (includes ages 0–23) and Millennials (ages 24–37) are the primary groups behind a recent rise in consumption of fresh foods, according to new market research from NPD Group. Fresh food, including fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry, fish and eggs, has become more popular over the last 10 years, driven by interest from young consumers.

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Washington, D.C.—More organic farmers and handlers will soon be exempt from paying for the marketing and research of conventional agricultural products, due to a new proposed rule from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The collective savings involved for organic stakeholders may amount to $13.6 million annually, according to USDA estimates.

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