Cachamai Tea Now Available in Shaw's Wild Harvest Section Throughout New England.In many countries, 90 percent of people start their day with a cup of herbal tea
BILLERICA, Mass., Nov. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Cachamai Tea, the oldest tea company in Argentina, has partnered with North-South Food & Beverages, LLC (Logical Link Control) See "LANs" under data link protocol.
LLC - Logical Link Control . to launch its U.S. operations. The tea is now available at Shaw's supermarkets in the Wild Harvest sections throughout the New England area as well as hundreds of other boutiques, supermarkets, and stores in the United States.
With the highest standards for taste, quality and health, Shaw's Wild Harvest department brings natural grocery, dairy and frozen food sections that are both easy to navigate and chock full of the best brands. The Cachamai tea will retail for $3.29 in the department.
Founded on the philosophy that 100% natural herbal teas should be available to a broad customer base at fair and affordable prices, ten popular varieties of the highest-quality, all natural tea products are now available. All ten of Cachamai's teas have been certified Kosher for Passover and packaged with a greener environment in mind.
"The herbal tea craze has reached a maximum level in the U.S., and consumers should be leery of flashy packaging and the term 'organic certified' as it has become a catch-phrase to sell products," said Santiago Umaschi, US manager for Cachamai Tea and Partner for North-South Food & Beverages, LLC. "Very few herbal teas are really herbal and we are pleased to bring tea with such a rich history to the US."
Their growing Cachamai product line includes the universally well-known Black and Green teas, flavorful and popular Mint and Chamomile chamomile or camomile (both: kăm`əmīl', –mēl') [Gr.,=ground apple], name for various related plants of the family Asteraceae (aster family), especially the perennial Anthemis nobilis, teas, as well as exotic Linden Tree Flower tea and the Andean medicinal herbal tea Boldo boldo,
n Latin names:
Boldea boldus, Peumus boldus; part used: leaves; uses: sedative, liver medicine, laxative, flatulence, dysmenorrhea, gout, spastic digestive tract; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children, patients with lung or . Additional products include two of South America's most popular proprietary blends of digestive teas - Pink Blend and Yellow Blend - and the increasingly in-demand Yerba Mate and Yerba Mate Siluet weight loss tea. Packed with nutrients and antioxidants, the Mate teas naturally raise energy and moods without all the jitters of other stimulating beverages.
Cachamai is the largest and oldest tea brand in Argentina with the most unique and extensive brand of herbal teas with a rich South American history. Picked by hand and loved by millions, Cachamai is now in Shaw's Wild Harvest Markets and others in the New England, New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of , and New Jersey area.
Their U.S. warehouse is based in Billerica, MA. Visit their website at http://www.cachamai.com/
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