The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India, the country’s apex food regulator, shared the process in a video on Instagram.
Indians and tea have an unbreakable bond; no matter what time or day it is, drinking tea is one of our favourite habits. Tea is available in two forms- as loose leaves and tea bags.
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The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), looking at the widespread use of tea bags, has taken cognisance of the potentially harmful staple pins used in packaging tea leaves in tea bags and ...
Our love for tea cannot be described in words. It is the drink that always come to our rescue to conquer all our tiredness and rejuvenate us. They can also be used for a host ...
Lemon Tea for Immunity: Thanks to the superfood lemon and antioxidant-rich tea leaves, nimbu chai can be good for your health too.
With the new trend of tea-houses springing up all over the country, tea drinking is suddenly in vogue again.
Tea leaves have numerous health benefiting properties. Polyphenols in tea can be beneficial for regulating blood sugar levels and preventing diabetes, says a new study.
Earl Grey Tea leaves are derived from a plant called Camellia Sinensis and contain strong antioxidant properties which makes it a great health drink.
Theres lots to pick from Chamomile, Tulsi, Honey, Peppermint, Jasmine and more. But before you head to the superstore, it will be a good idea to get your basics right.