Introducing Bigelow Herb Plus Teas

Bigelow(R) Tea ( is introducing an exciting line of innovative herbal teas to the market. These products are formulated with healthy herbs and nutrients such as Probiotics, Omega 3, and vitamins. Bigelow has created a truly unique, flavorful line of teas that now add additional health benefits to each cup. The introduction of these teas combines the delicious taste experience that Bigelow is known for "plus" revolutionary nutritional benefits for hot beverage products.

The new line of four delicious and unique flavors include Pomegranate Blueberry Herb Plus, Cranberry & Ginseng Herb Plus, Wild Blueberry Acai Herb Plus and Lemon Ginger Herb Plus.

"We created this new product line to be naturally flavorful and delicious, while providing important health benefits," says Cindi Bigelow, President of Bigelow Tea.

These products are considered food under FDA guidelines. They are not dietary supplements. While they contain important nutrients and support a healthy lifestyle, they are not designed to treat, cure or prevent any disease. This line of Herb Plus teas is completely caffeine free, with low or no caloric content.

Now, consumers have four more reasons to enjoy Bigelow Tea!

About Bigelow Tea Company

100% family owned Fairfield, Connecticut-based Bigelow Tea pioneered the specialty tea category more than 60 years ago. Bigelow takes pride in its heritage and successful growth from a one-product, entrepreneurial venture into America's leading specialty tea company. The Bigelow Tea line includes more than 80 varieties of flavored, traditional, green tea, organic, herbal, decaffeinated teas and iced teas -- including America's number one specialty tea flavor, "Constant Comment(R)." Also, enjoy the Charleston Tea Plantation located on Wadmalaw Island just south of Charleston, South Carolina which is owned and operated by Bigelow Tea and produces American Classic Tea and products.

Bigelow Tea products are available nationwide and every variety can be found on the company website ( Tea lovers will also enjoy the company's blog (

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