No, these are wax free cups made of ITC Paper which is a certified food grade and wax free paper specially designed for use in the food and beverage industry
Yes, GreenFit conforms to the highest food standards of the industry and uses only food grade odourless inks for printing its cups
Our paper cups are adhesive free. There is no adhesive used in the making of our cups.
The membrane used inside the GreenFit green tea cup is a food grade membrane.
It will neither dissolve nor come out once hot water is poured and tea is prepared.
We use an innovative non-adhesive technology where the membrane gets attached to the cup without the use of any adhesive
We source our organic green tea from Assam which passes the utmost tests and standards.
Unlike tea bags where oil or water based flavoring is required, our Green Tea is uniquely flavored using granules which are formed by freeze drying the drops of natural liquids of tulsi, lemon or other flavors to form crystals or granules. These granules dissolve when in contact with hot water and provide you a perfect blend of taste with maximum natural benefits. Green Fit green tea cups should be reused 2-3 times for maximum health benefits.
We have all the necessary certifications required as per the FSSAI and Food Safety Standards.
GreenFit Green tea cups has a shelf life of 12 months from the month of packaging.
A cup of Green Tea has around 110 antioxidants out of which around 30 are released when it is brewed the first time. Upon refilling our cup the second time, around 60 more antioxidants are released during second brewing. Thus for maximum health benefits, our cups should be refilled or reused 2-3 times within 12 hours. This is the modern way of drinking Green Tea unlike the old Tea Bags or tea pouches.
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No, green tea is not caffeine-free. A brewed cup of Green tea has slightly less caffeine than a brewed cup of black tea (45 milligrams vs. 55 milligrams). Caffeine content of any tea is highly dependant on the preparation method, brewing time, the amount of tea leaves used.
Green Tea helps maintain health and hydration. To help maintain hydration and health nutrition experts from the Institute of Medicine determined that an adequate intake (AI) for women is approximately 9 cups (2.2 L) of fluids every day and for men is approximately 13 cups (3.0 L) of fluids every day.1,2 Since tea without added sugar or milk is 99.5 percent water, it can count towards your liquid intake for the day – with an exquisite taste.