Arbor Teas Mentioned in New Book – Rich Food, Poor Food

Rich Food, Poor FoodArbor Teas was recently named in a new book, Rich Food, Poor Food, that strives to help shoppers locate the healthiest foods on the market.

Sold out at Barnes and Noble and reaching #18 on Amazon.com, this grocery store guide takes shoppers aisle by aisle, from the produce section to the pasta aisle, visiting every department in between, teaching its readers how to identify potentially problematic ingredients including synthetic hormones, pesticides and GMOs, as well as sharing tips on how to lock in a food’s nutritional value during preservation and preparation. Arbor Teas is listed as having some of the best products on the market today!

Browse the Arbor Teas selection of USDA organic certified loose leaf teas and tisanes!

March 06 2013 10:49 am | Media

2 Responses to “Arbor Teas Mentioned in New Book – Rich Food, Poor Food”

  1. Chuck on 11 Mar 2013 at 7:53 pm #

    That’s great for you guys. I enjoy your tea every morning. Can you post what they wrote about you??

  2. Aubrey on 20 Mar 2013 at 10:31 am #

    Hi Chuck -

    Thanks for the message. For each section in the book, Jayson and Mira Calton create a “Steer Here” and “Steer Clear” list in which they recommend specific foods that do and do not exemplify the health principles they talk about in their book. Arbor Teas’ Organic and Fair Trade Certified Jasmine Green Tea is listed in the “Steer Here” column in the beverage section of the book. We are the only tea company mentioned in the book.

    Aubrey
    Arbor Teas

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