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is now the world's leading INDUSTRY trade magazine in the tea and coffee industries. STiR Tea & Coffee Industry Bi-Monthly is born out of the tea & coffee industry’s demand for a quality international magazine that takes its concerns to heart with a professional outlook and reporting edge. Built upon the success of the well-known and accepted Tea & Coffee Asia, which was launched in June 1999, STiR keeps the world’s coffee and tea businesses on top of the latest trends, abreast of the most recent technology, and one step ahead of growing competition. The major focus of STiR Tea & Coffee Industry Bi-Monthly is the concerns of coffee roasters and tea packers, tea leaf and coffee bean importers and exporters, and tea and coffee growers and plantations. Readers will learn what manufacturing processes are being used, the latest packaging techniques, types of coffee and tea which countries/companies are leading the way, and all the latest on the equipment, machinery, supplies and services required to bring tea & coffee products to the marketplace. Another major focus of the magazine is on coffee shops, tea shops, hotels, espresso bars, and cafes and what they need to set up their tea and coffee service business and how to improve that business. In every issue you can expect to learn who is serving the latest coffee and tea brands, what flavors are popular, and what equipment they are using, as well as merchandising and trade innovations.

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Expectant Mothers Cautioned to Limit Tea

Expectant and nursing mothers should “severely limit” their consumption of many teas according to a study by the University of Alberta. Even very small amounts are harmful. Consumption risks disrupting the neurological development of fetuses, whose brains are particularly susceptible to foreign substances, according to a report in the National Post of Canada.


The research study, published in the Journal of Toxicology, tested tea in tea bags, noting that the greatest concentration of heavy metals was in tea from China.


“We were quite surprised,” said Dr. Gerry Schwalfenberg, the Edmonton physician who co-authored the research. “If you drink three or four cups a day, which a lot of people do, you’re getting too much [lead] for baby,” he told the newspaper. In expectant mothers, heightened levels of lead in the blood have been linked to hypertension, spontaneous abortion, low birth weight and neurological problems, says the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Lead levels in the teas exceeded .5 micrograms per liter, the limit deemed safe for pregnant and nursing women. Dr. Schwalfenberg said most non-pregnant adults need not worry. Source: National Post

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