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Tea Drops, a organic whole leaf tea shaped into fun drops, collaborated with Japanese juggernaut Sanrio for a Hello Kitty-themed tea line. This is the tea company’s first majorly branded partnership since its launch six years ago.

 

Many people nowadays are getting curious about cannabidiol, also known as CBD. Their curiosity likely stems from the popularity of the substance among many celebrities, such as Martha Stewart, who swear by the positive benefits she’s derived from using CBD, even on her pets!. However, some people may not be aware of just how CBD works within the human body.

 

The drinks industry recently scored a mere 4.8 out of 10 for sustainability in the annual Drinks Industry Sustainability Index Trends Report, published by drinks firm, C&C Group, and sustainable research company, Footprint Intelligence. While the report acknowledged businesses are making green improvements to packaging, transportation, and waste, it found the key environmental changes needed have yet to be implemented. Nevertheless, progress is still being made with green initiatives like tree planting schemes and sustainable packaging making headway in the industry.

 

No visit to the glorious Cape Winelands this summer is complete without a stop-over at Nederburg’s The Manor eatery and wine bar in Paarl, located in the historic 1800 manor house that’s flanked by lush gardens and a sprawling lawn area with towering trees providing pockets of cool shade.

 

These cat wine bags is the purrrfect accessory for anyone who likes a good old bottle of vino and with a love for felines.

 

What is a party without fun and games and, in most cases, alcohol? Of late, alcohol has been that one vital component that is needed in every party. From games to deep talks, everything is done with a beer in hand. Beer pong, Beer chugs, vodka shots all have become associated with partying. Many youngsters also mix energy drinks with alcohol for a little more oomph. Little do they know that this can be a serious hazard in terms of health. Before going into the harmful effects caused by the mixing, let us first try and understand why an increasing number of consumers are mixing their alcohol with energy drinks. The first and most important reason is that the caffeine present in energy drinks helps override the depressive effects of alcohol. So, you can get drunk without really having to get drunk. That, however, is no reason for you to put yourself in danger. Here are 3 reasons why you should avoid mixing your energy drinks with that mug of beer or any other alcohol for that matter.

 

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Back by popular demand! Following the first workshop presented in April 2021, Gosia Young and Kristen Duff are back to welcome you to the new era of online wine sales. With the pandemic accelerating digital shopping trends, it is a watershed moment for online sales avenues.

 

Iconic South African brand Chateau Libertas is celebrating 90 years of wine making in 2021. This fine, classic, Cabernet Sauvignon-led red blend is a household name among wine lovers in the country and rightfully so. To commemorate the icon wine, here are 5 fascinating facts about Chateau Libertas that will blow your mind and entice you to grab a bottle or box the next time you see the wine in a shop.

 

Legumes – such as beans, pulses and lentils – are vital plant-based protein that offer an affordable and sustainable source of vitamins and fibre to help with growth and development. They have been shown to help manage cholesterol and blood glucose, and maintain a healthy gut microbiome, yet independent research by Tiger Brands’ Eat Well Live Well Institute shows that South Africans don’t eat enough to reap their health and nutrition benefits. In fact, legumes are one of the least consumed food groups in South Africa, even though it is recommended to eat them regularly.

 
 

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