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March 3, 2016
FEATURED NEWS: A tea primer
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What can’t be turned into a snack?

As the proliferation of snacking continues, food companies are reimagining all sorts of meals into snacks, reports The Associated Press. >> Read full article

German city bans coffee pods in state buildings

Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany, has banned single-use coffee pods in state-run buildings as part of an initiative to reduce waste, writes Kesavan Unnikrishnan in Digital Journal. >> Read full article

Mars issues recall over plastic in candy bars

Mars has recalled candy bars in 55 countries after a customer found bits of plastic in a Snickers bar, reports CBC. >> Read full article

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A tea primer

Tea is the most popular beverage in the world, aside from plain water, according to the Tea Association of Canada. Canadians drink almost 10 billion cups of tea each year (83 litres per person x 4 cups per litre x Canadian population 34,755,634 – those who are 15 and younger 5,644,800). In Canada, tea consumption in all categories is rising, especially in the area of green and specialty teas. There are literally thousands of different teas available, and the more you learn about them, the more you realize how much more there is to know! >> Learn More…

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April 13-15, 2016
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September 15, 2016
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