Unilever Food Solutions Introduces Pure Leaf Tea for Foodservice


TORONTO — Unilever Food Solutions has introduced Pure Leaf Hot and Iced Teas to foodservice.

Tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world, and 54 per cent of Canadian consumers have ordered specialty tea in restaurants in the past six months. Premium teas, like Pure Leaf, have led the way in this surge of popularity, growing nearly 10 per cent. Pure Leaf Tea enables operators to take advantage of the tea trend using uncompromised, uncomplicated and fully transparent ingredients and sourcing.

“At Pure Leaf, we keep the tea-making process simple so that the natural flavours of the tea come through as much as possible,” says Pure Leaf Tea Master, Alex White. “The tea leaves are kept long, then simply picked, rolled and expertly crafted with real fruit pieces, petals and herbs, allowing the natural tea essence to shine through. We are proud that our tea is Rainforest Alliance Certified, whether it is grown at our own tea estates in Kericho, Kenya or at our partner tea estates and smallholder farmers around the world. Our commitment to Rainforest Alliance is one way we help ensure sustainability from crop to cup.”

Pure Leaf Fresh Brewed Iced Teas are available in four flavours: Classic Black Tea, Green Tea with Citrus, Black Tea with Peach and Black Tea with Raspberry. Each variety delivers a tea-forward flavour that tastes great over ice. All varieties of flavoured teas are blended with real fruit pieces and flowers to deliver natural sweetness.

Pure Leaf Hot Tea is available in eight flavour varieties, ranging from traditional Earl Grey to on-trend flavours like Black Tea with Berries and Green Tea with Jasmine. Served in a transparent Pyramid tea bag, the long tea leaves and real fruit, flower and herb pieces are on full display, showing customers that they are enjoying an authentic uncomplicated beverage.

Further details on these products are available here.

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