Regarded as the greatest sporting event there is, the World Cup is a special occasion that brings together 32 nations for a month of none stop football, and it’s finally upon us. Tonight will see England begin their campaign with their first group stage game against Tunisia, before concluding their scheduled fixtures against Panama and Belgium in a bid to qualify for the knockout stages. It’s safe to say that we don’t usually impress on the grand stage, but this year could see a surprise boost to our chances. Mate tea, anyone?
You don’t have to travel far to find someone who loves a good cup of tea. Sweet or not, milky or strong, a steaming mug is well loved across the Nation, though the origins of the hot drink don’t actually stem from the UK despite the common belief. And now, on National Tea Day, allow us to take you back in time to where they did actually begin…
PG Tips is launching a new range of Fruit & Herbal and Green Teas, supported by a £5m marketing investment.
Using PG Tips’ pyramid bags, the new range taps into the growing Fruit & Herbal and Green Tea markets, as well as launching a new flavour: Vibrant Mandarin Orange Green Tea.
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Source Food Bev – Shaun Weston
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