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Bigelow Tea Takes a Fruity Approach to National Nutrition Month

Yes, we know the Valentine’s Day candy was hard to ignore. But now, after indulging on many holiday delights, Bigelow Tea thinks it’s time to get back on track with healthy eating! So, as March marks National Nutrition Month, let’s make sure our plates stay full of fruits and veggies.

The USDA gave us all a vibrant push in eating right, too. Last year, its iconic food pyramid got a major overhaul by becoming a colorful plate to show us how to include more greens, reds and other healthy “colorful” foods in our diets. And if you’re thinking of a colorful cup of tea, some of fruit-flavored teas might be just what you’re looking for! Go ahead and try a taste of Bigelow Tea in orangeblueberrypomegranateraspberry, or peach. Some teas, like our Pomegranate Pizzazz Herb Tea, contain real fruit juice concentrate.


It’s also important to stay hydrated. At Bigelow our teas provide a delightful way of doing so. If you find lemon very refreshing, we offer several lemony options. For example, our Lemon Lift black tea mixes just the right amount of citrus with a good dash of spice, while our aptly-named I Love Lemon herb tea is a refreshing blend…both can be enjoyed hot or cold. What a wonderful way to keep hydrated during National Nutrition Month!


So in March—as well as in the months that follow!—don’t be afraid to get fruity … with your pick of Bigelow Teas. We’re happy to do the same thing, year-round.

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5 Responses to “Bigelow Tea Takes a Fruity Approach to National Nutrition Month”

  1. Audrey Plummer writes:

    Do you have a sampler box with all the fruit teas?

  2. Kathy writes:

    Audrey, we do offer many Tea Assortments, including Herbal Tea varieties. However, none that can be custom made to order. Please check out our assortments on our website, under Shop Gifts at:
    Hope you find one that you’ll enjoy!

  3. Kathryn Mackey writes:

    Sounds good

  4. tonda oakes writes:

    I am looking for just white tea, I found it about 3 years ago but only for a very short time, I believe it was Salada branded but at this point as long as it is just white tea I dont care who it is made by, why cant I find it anywhere?

  5. Kathy writes:

    Tonda, we offer a White Tea with Raspberry & Chrysanthemum that is availble in grocery stores, as well as from us directly at: