The Lunch Time Trend

Lunch Time TrendAs the UK economy continues its recovery, the eating out sector has also continued to grow, up by 2.7% in value and with the number of average meals eaten out per month growing to 9.2 per person. In this climate however, its need to stay ahead of the competition is ever more vital. It is the lunch time occasion that has evolved a number of interesting and innovative food trends, offering the busy worker a new take on UK lunch staples.

A string of new companies are leading the way to offer healthy and nutritious lunch time meals, a far cry from the traditional sandwich, as well as an on-going evolution in the drinks people choose alongside their meal.

Make time and enjoy the Tetley experience at Lunch!

LunchTetley is exhibiting at the multi-award winning trade show Lunch!, which returns to the Business Design Centre, London between the 24-25th September 2015. Tetley will be unveiling an exciting new launch and invites you to sample its latest product range, located on stand U116.

Tetley will be showcasing its new range of blends on stand, with tea tastings throughout the day. Sharing hints and tips with operators, including serving style suggestions and advice on how to personalise your tea offering. Discover recipe inspiration with Tetley’s new food pairings, created in partnership with The Craft Guild of Chef’s Lee Maycock, a series of dishes, designed to inspire and excite the taste buds, all based on current food trends and perfectly complimenting Tetley’s diverse range of tea solutions.

Fruit Summer Teas

Fruit Summer TimeSummer is finally here, and with the number of consumers dining out of home continuing to increase, it’s vital for operators to have a varied beverage menu full of fruit, herbal and seasonally inspired blends, to keep profits growing.

Demand for new tea drinking experiences is rising, and as a result, the speciality tea market has grown by 3.3% in the last 12 months, with two thirds of consumers wanting to see specialised chains on the high street.

Tea Break Mission

UK workers are potentially damaging their productivity levels and wellbeing as only a third manage to take a proper tea break according to new research out today.Tea Break

A study of 2,000 British workers, commissioned by Tetley, examined the nation’s approach to tea breaks and found that:

The importance of water

The importance of waterThe importance of water shouldn't be under-estimated; it comprises 70% of the Earth's surface and two-thirds of the human body, with our cells and organs depending on it to function correctly. Put simply – water is essential for us to survive. 

But why? With a number of functions that are fundamental to protect and conserve the body, from protecting the spinal cord and tissues, to transporting oxygen to cells and regulating temperature, water is also the most important factor influencing the body’s method of retaining nutrients. The food we eat is water-soluble and when broken down, valuable nutrients can be easily absorbed and passed around the body through the blood. In addition to ensuring the body can absorb vitamins and minerals, water removes and flushes out toxins that are harmful.

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