Guayusa Tea Bags
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Did you know that there is a new tea in town? It’s called ‘guayusa’ (pronounced ‘gwhy-you-sa’).

What may surprise you is that it is a species of holly - it tastes really good and has a whole heap of naturally occuring caffeine to keep you energised.

What’s more it contains more antioxidants than green tea, and is rich in polyphenols and theobromine. Theobromine is also abundant in chocolate.

Guayusa is becoming popular in the USA and hailed as a new ‘clean caffeine energy’ that comes ‘from a leaf, not a lab’.

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March 17th is St Patrick’s Day and people around the world will go green to celebrate Irish heritage.

Some may celebrate by donning green hats, wearing shamrocks or having a few pints at the local!  But there are many other ways to join the festive fun!

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This Mother’s day, spread the love to mums around the world! With Mother’s day just around the corner, have you found the perfect gift?

You may be thinking of giving a bunch of flowers or some chocolates, but why not make this Mother’s day extra special by giving a Concern gift of sweet potatoes? 

This gift of starchy goodness could help mums  provide a nutritious meal for their  children. 

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