Traditional tea sales drop as consumers switch to green tea and coffee.
Britain may be known as a nation of tea drinkers, but it is no longer sipping the traditional builders' cuppa, research suggests.
Sales of teabags have dropped as consumers switch to coffee, green tea and speciality blends, market research firm Mintel has found.
Teabag sales have slumped 22% in the past five years, from 97 million kilograms in 2010 to around 76 million kilograms this year, Mintel found.
Sales of coffee and...
The Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC) has held a roundtable with a panel of experts in the field of sports science and nutrition to explore the role of caffeine in sports performance.
Professor Greg Whyte OBE, a former Olympian and Professor in Applied Sport & Exercise Science at Liverpool John Moores University, UK, Dr Javier Gonzalez, a lecturer in Human and Applied Physiology at the University of Bath, UK, and Dr Sophie Killer, a performance nutritionist at British Athletics...