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MindFull’s ‘Vibe’ Introduces Organic Black Tea in a Convenient Form

On its own, black tea is known as an energizing alternative to coffee as it contains caffeine and MindFull ‘Vibe’ is introducing consumers to not only an organic black tea product that’s conveniently packaged and energizing, but also rich in electrolytes too. The organic black tea beverages contain naturally occurring electrolytes and unlike many tea […]

Meet our Co-Founder and CEO – Matthew Jimenez

With twenty years in the natural foods industry I have garnered a wealth of experience across multiple disciplines. I have held key leadership roles within the natural food channel – from retail and merchandising to brand development and trade management. This diverse experience has lead me to be at the forefront of some of the […]

Health Benefits of Green Tea

Green tea is so good for you that it’s even got some researchers raving. “It’s the healthiest thing I can think of to drink,” says Christopher Ochner, PhD. He’s a research scientist in nutrition at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital. Of course, no one food will protect you from disease. Your health is wrapped […]

11 Health benefits of Black Tea that you didn’t know about!

Have you ever heard people criticizing your choices in having caffeinated drinks like tea and coffee? Though over-indulging in anything will have negative consequences, having an extra cup of black tea might not be as bad as you might have imagined. Personally I love my perfect cup of tea. It’s how I like to begin […]

What Are the Benefits of Green Tea Vs. Black Tea?

While both black and green teas are made from the same plant, green tea leaves undergo minimal processing, while black tea has gone through an oxidation process, called fermentation. Both types of tea make a healthful addition to your diet, but, because of the variation in their nutrient content, they offer slightly different health benefits.

Organic Tea

Organic tea is tea that has been produced without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or other chemicals. Tea can be organically produced without being certified, but in order for companies to legally sell tea in most countries under the organic label, it must be certified.