Virginia Dare now offers tea extracts and concentrates (black, green and oolong teas) in liquid and dry, natural, and caffeine-free forms. Green and black teas are also available in clear and colorless, and are produced in concentrations from 100-fold to 5,000-fold. The extracts can be used in combination with other flavor extracts, such as lime, peach, and the popular superfruit flavors in beverages, dairy products, baked goods, and health and wellness products.
Tea Extracts and Concentrates
June 12, 2009
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