Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 


Wins Best Tea-Based Beverage and Supreme Champion Award

9 November 2012.
For immediate release.

Ti Tonics Nectarine super tea reigns Supreme
at the NZ Juice and Beverage Awards.

Wins Best Tea-Based Beverage and Supreme Champion Award

The New Zealand Juice and Beverage Association held its highly regarded Awards on Friday 2 November, and one drink range made a real splash.

Ti Tonics super teas, founded by Kiwi entrepreneur Dr Tracey King, won Best Tea-Based Beverage for their Nectarine flavour. They went on to take out the Supreme Champion Award for small producers, surpassing big-name entrants in a dozen categories.

Ti Tonics Nectarine super tea reigns Supreme at the NZ Juice and Beverage Awards

The judges praised Ti Tonics Nectarine as “very refreshing and not too sweet”.

Dr King is thrilled by the recognition for her innovative brand, which she describes as “definitely not your ordinary kind of drink.”

Ti Tonics are an advanced blend of premium white tea, grape seed extract and subtle fruit flavours. They’re rich in polyphenols, nature’s most powerful antioxidants, and contain less than half a teaspoon of sugar in each bottle. There are absolutely no artificial flavours, sweeteners or preservatives.

Naturally, they also taste delicious, and come in a range of fruit-infused flavours.

The award-winning Ti Tonics range is available from Countdown supermarkets nationwide, selected New Worlds and all Nosh Gourmet Food Stores.

--


Click for big version.

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Scoop Business: Alex Swney Pleads Guilty To $2.5M Fraud Charge

Alex Swney, former chief executive of the Auckland city centre business association Heart of the City, has pleaded guilty to dishonestly using documents to obtain $2.5 million. More>>

ALSO:

Petrol Burns Prices: Second Consecutive Quarterly Fall For CPI

The consumers price index (CPI) fell 0.3 percent in the March 2015 quarter, following a 0.2 percent fall in the December 2014 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. The last time the CPI showed two consecutive quarterly falls was in the December 1998 and March 1999 quarters. More>>

ALSO:

Scoop Business: NZ Broadcasters Launch Battle Against Global Mode ISPs

New Zealand broadcasters have confirmed they’ve launched legal proceedings against internet service providers who give customers’ access to “global mode”, which allows customers access to offshore online content, claiming it breaches the local content providers’ copyright. More>>

ALSO:

Sanford: Closure Of Christchurch Mussel Processing Plant Confirmed

The decision comes after a period of consultation with the 232 staff employed at the Riccarton site, who were told on 9 April that Sanford was considering the future of mussel processing in Christchurch. Recent weather patterns had impacted on natural spat (offspring) supply... More>>

ALSO:

Price Of Cheese: Dairy Product Prices Fall To The Lowest This Year

Dairy product prices fell in the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction, hitting the lowest level in the 2015 auctions so far, as prices for milk powder and butter slid amid concern about the outlook for commodities. More>>

ALSO:

Houston, We Have An Air Route: Air New Zealand To Fly Direct To The Heart Of Texas

Air New Zealand will fly its completely refitted Boeing 777-200 aircraft between Auckland and Houston up to five times a week opening up the state of Texas as well as popular nearby tourist states such as Louisiana and Florida. More>>

ALSO:

Scoop Business: Reserve Bank’s Spencer Calls On Govt To Rethink Housing Tax

The Reserve Bank has urged the government to take another look at a capital gains tax on investment in housing, allow increased high-density development and cut red tape for planning consents to address an over-heated Auckland property market. More>>

ALSO:

Get More From Scoop

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Business
Search Scoop  
 
 
Powered by Vodafone
NZ independent news