Food safety has become a growing demand. Even in tea products, consumers are looking for certifications that ensure their high quality and safety. But what do we really know about theFood Safety System Certification (FSSC 22000)? And –when it comes to tea- what do we know aboutFSSC certified matcha?
Matcha is becoming increasingly popular. Not only does it have a complex and earthy flavor, its richness and versatility have made it a favorite worldwide.Matcha health benefits have especially made this tea stand out. From promoting body fat reduction to preventing cell damage, here are some of the most important reasons to get excited about matcha.
If you are looking for less caffeine but still want the same health benefits green tea brings, buyingbulk Hojichais a great choice. This new roasted Japanese green tea is making a big impact in the market.
The enjoyment and health benefits of matcha are not limited to your teacup.Culinary grade matcha is so versatile, it can be used to take meals, sweet treats, and even cocktails to a whole new level.
We'll be exhibiting at booth #N6211, Monday, July 16 - Wednesday, July 2018at the IFT18 Annual Event & Food Expo in Chicago, IL
Our team will be on-site to answer any questions you may have about matcha and other tea products, their health benefits, how they can affect your business and more. We will also be providing samples and small workshops on how to properly prepare matcha.
The art of preparing and servingceremonial matcha is known as theJapanese tea ceremony, a traditional ritual that involves movement, aesthetics, and self-cultivation. High-qualityceremonial grade matcha, a bit of time, practice, and fewtraditional matcha tools are all you need to bring this ancient ceremony to life.
May is here! It’s matcha harvest season, and there is no better time to enjoy ‘Sincha,’ the first tea of the year. After months of cold weather and short days in southern Japan, the leaves for the best organic matcha are ready to be picked.