New Website Spearheads the Promotional Plans of uVernal Matcha Tea
The organic products trading company, uVernal, has started a series of promotions for their new product, Matcha Green Tea powder. Matcha is a powder made from ground green tea leaves that were grown in shade. It is a famous Japanese product, used mainly in beverages, but also in cooking.
Matcha has not been accessible to consumers in the west until recently. To avoid Matcha from coming across as just another tea variety, uVernal focuses its efforts on promoting the true worth of this product.
Marketing experts advise this product to be properly promoted, because of the many unique properties of Matcha the consumer should be aware of. Matcha should not be seen as just a tea variety, tea experts argue, because it contains the whole leaf, which is fully consumed. Typical tea only contains the water in which the tea leaves brewed and little of the actual leaf essence.
By consuming the whole leaf of the green tea tree, the consumer received more nutrients, some of which are highly beneficial to the human body.
Studies have shown that Matcha contains on average more antioxidants that the top consumer product choices for these substances, goji berries and blueberries. It has been scientifically proven that substances classed as antioxidants improve overall health by removing free radicals from the body. Free radicals are produced by the body’s normal functions as a waste product. If free radicals stay too long in the body or accumulate, they can cause damage to tissues and cells. Antioxidants help the body get rid of these free radicals, protecting it from future harm.
Aside from the antioxidants, Matcha also offers the imbiber energy. It only contains a third of the caffeine found in coffee, yet offers the same energy boost as a regular cup of coffee or an energy drink, thanks to the amino acids Matcha contains. One amino acid in particular, l-theanine, is a natural relaxant, helping the consumer stay focused and calm.
Matcha also contains the cancer fighting antioxidant ECG. Research shows that a diet rich in ECG can assist cancer patients on their road to recovery.
The organic products brand, uVernal, will soon offer promotional prizes to both producers and consumers, while providing the public with scientifically proven information on their soon to be ready website.
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