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Postby cookster » Apr 23rd, '06, 21:39

I'm curious as to what you guys think about this.

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Postby Warden Andy » Apr 23rd, '06, 21:51

They can patent that?

Looks like it's only designed for health reasons.
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Postby rabbit » Apr 23rd, '06, 22:08

"polyphenal antioxidents"... aren't polyphenals the chemicals that cause oxidation when the leaves are rolled to break down the cell walls? I thought it was also what caused the coloration of the tea... how does that have to do with antioxidents and your health?
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Postby Warden Andy » Apr 23rd, '06, 22:11

I think the polyphenols are the antioxidents.
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Postby Kestrel » Apr 24th, '06, 15:54

What they're patenting, I believe, is the process by which they do whatever it is they're doing.
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Postby psteas » Apr 30th, '06, 02:15

I don't see a patent pending anything on that page. If anything it could be their bottle as I have never seen a bottle like that.

Unless "potent" was misread as patent.

I personally do like their juices and when I first saw them I definitely fell in love with their bottle design. Very unique.

I've also noticed how some local coffee/tea shops are introducing some pomegranate and tea lattes. Pretty good stuff.

I have a small write up of it paper street blog
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Postby Carnelian » Apr 30th, '06, 11:47

I saw those at a grocery store, 18 grams of sugar per serving in a two serving bottle. "Yes I'd like some tea with my fructose"
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