My T Chai to Bring its Chai Teas to Weight Management, Sports Nutrition and Vitamin EPPS

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My T Chai, a South African company that creates a popular line of natural chai tea, announced will be in attendance at the upcoming Weight Management, Sports Nutrition and Vitamin Efficient Program Planning Session (EPPS) in Chandler, Arizona.

“We are looking forward to getting to Arizona and participating in what promises to be a fun and productive conference this June,” said Michael Chaimowitz.

My T Chai, a South African company that creates a popular line of natural chai tea, announced will be in attendance at the upcoming Weight Management, Sports Nutrition and Vitamin Efficient Program Planning Session (EPPS) in Chandler, Arizona.

This ECRM event will give representatives from My T Chai the opportunity to show off the benefits of their popular rooibos chai teas to a group of some of the most influential retail buyers in the American market. The event runs from June 25 to 30.

“We cannot wait to participate in the upcoming Arizona EPPS,” said Michael Chaimowitz. "This is a great opportunity for us to build some important business relationships that will allow us to continue expanding the availability of our products throughout the United States. We will be bringing along some of our favorite teas and look forward to seeing the responses we get from the retail buyers present at the event!”

Chai tea has existed for thousands of years, initially starting in India and Siam and then spreading throughout Asia and Africa. The recipes that exist today have the same flavor characteristics of the chai teas of old, but now there are many variants from region to region. The My T Chai teas, for example, are based on South Africa’s indigenous rooibos honeybush tea.

One example of a popular tea created by My T Chai is its Honeybush Chai, which is free of both caffeine and loaded with antioxidants. Ingredients in the tea include honeybush, cinnamon bark, cardamom seed, ginger root, clove bod and black pepper seed. My T Chai recommends people heat up the cup and leave the tea bag in for as long as possible to get the spiciest, strongest drink. It can be served with or without milk, and is often made even better with a little bit of honey.

“We are looking forward to getting to Arizona and participating in what promises to be a fun and productive conference this June,” said Michael Chaimowitz.

For more information about My T Chai, visit http://www.mytchai.com.

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