Friday, April 30, 2010

Confused protestors boycott NY-based AriZona Iced Tea

Arizona’s controversial new immigration law has activists and politicians calling for a boycott of the state’s products, and one geographically unrelated company has been caught in the crossfire.

In their zeal to stick it to the state, people are now refusing to buy AriZona Iced Tea. Despite the name, boycotters are overlooking one key fact: the company is actually based in New York. Call it a case of mistaken identity.

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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

British Military Tea

The tea that has fired up British troops for battle since 1921 went on general sale to civilians for the first time on Monday.

NAAFI, the Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes, launched NAAFI Break tea in 80 supermarkets.

Fifty pence from the sale of every box goes to the Help for Heroes charity, which assists wounded service personnel returning from Afghanistan.

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Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Victoria Beckham drinks tea for weight loss

Known for her trendy diets, Victoria Beckham is on a new diet. Drinking tea for weight loss, Beckham is reportedly sipping Pu-erh tea to lose weight and keep her slimline figure.