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There is nothing more soothing than a nice cup of herbal tea before bedtime or more invigorating than that first cup of coffee on the patio in summer ...

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(NC)-There is nothing more soothing than a nice cup of herbal tea before bedtime or more invigorating than that first cup of coffee on the patio in summer. Canada is a nation of coffee and tea drinkers and with all the research that is out there now about the possible health benefits of certain products like green tea, many consumers are asking their favourite drinks to do double-duty - be tasty and good for their health.

Some of the newest, all-natural coffees and teas on the market are being produced by the Strauss family of Kamloops, B.C. In the business of producing herbal formulations for years, the family hopes its new line will help satisfy the demand, especially its decaffeinated coffee, first released in a single serve pod, and available this fall for all of their blends.

"Most of the decaffeinated coffee worldwide uses chemical solvents in the process," says Jim Strausz, General Manager. "Our company recognizes the need for a high quality, great tasting, all-natural and chemical-free choice for decaf drinkers, so we are very proud to be using the Swiss Water Process technology to create our decaffeinated blend."

According to Strausz, coffee is commonly decaffeinated using chemical solvents, such as methylene chloride whereas the Swiss Water method uses only water when removing caffeine.

More information about this topic is available at straussherbco.com.

Credit: www.newscanada.com