Caffeine-free tea next big thing for children's beverages

03/11/2014 |

Beverage-makers always try to think outside the juice box when it comes to children's drinks, and the latest trend is caffeine-free tea options. Rooibee Red has launched Rooibee Roo, a caffeine-free tea marketed in packaging featuring a blue hippo to attract young eyes. Drazil, a line of herbal-tea and fruit-juice blends, is available in four flavors online but will soon be available in Whole Foods stores in the Southwest. Little Me Tea, offered in two varieties, has 25 calories and 6 grams of sugar per 6.75 oz. serving.

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