Four people complained that the ad suggested Tetley Green Tea had the same or similar health benefits as exercise. The commercial showed a woman at home warming up for exercise. She then ran downstairs and opened the front door, as if to go out for a jog.
READ ALSO: Benefits of drinking green tea every day "It's a fad, but a good fad. At least, it has great health benefits ... Two of our best-selling variants are honey and lemon and aloe vera," says Grover of Tetley. Unlike black tea, whose superiority.
Tetley's teas have had vitamins added, and Edwards said he's not convinced they're going to boost consumers' health ... a cup of tea with added benefits." Tetley's "super teas" are: n Green Tea — Immunity: Smooth green tea combined with lemon, vitamin.
Superfoods have myriad benefits ... in glasses with fresh mint sprigs and lemon slices. Combining green tea with carrots makes this recipe twice as healthy. Carrots are rich in beta-carotene, which aids lung health, and the green tea provides catechins.
Green tea is an amazing elixir. You might be able to reap even more health benefits from your cup of tea by adding lemon, according to a few studies. Tea isn't just a comforting and pleasant beverage, it also has remarkable healing… Catechins.
The resultant product is super green teas, the first functional green teas to be launched in the UK with approved health benefits ... nimbu’ (tulsi-lemon). The Tetley brand, acquired by TGBL in 2001, had pioneered green tea in the Indian market around.
Please remember that green tea is not a panacea; there is no substitute for a healthy diet, physical activity and adequate monitoring of health conditions. In order to reap the most benefits of green ... adding lemon or milk to tea or drinking tea between.
Green tea is a specific kind of unfermented leaves that do not undergo the process of oxidation and are then dried. The green tea market segment is growing at the fastest rate owing to the health benefits associated ... into basil, lemon, jasmine, aloe.
An advert for Tetley tea has been banned because it misled viewers into thinking that a cuppa has health benefits. The TV commercial shows a young woman who decides not to go jogging and instead drinks a cup of green tea. A voiceover says: 'For an easy way.
Grover said the company will continue to promote consumption of green tea by creating awareness about its health benefits. As part of the effort, Tetley is organising an ... Ginger, Mint, Lemon and Honey and Lemon in green tea category and Masala, Lemon.