Sunday, October 29, 2006
Green Tea, Koots & HIV
We last wrote about Koots Green Tea in May, around the time they were opening their first green tea cafe in the Seattle area.
Apparently the chain still has only that one location (and 10 in Japan) but are planning to expand. It probably won't hurt that founder Kouta Matsuda was profiled in the New York Times yesterday, in an article that positions him as the man who took on Starbucks, but questions whether Americans are ready to give up their coffee for tea.
Read the full NYT article here.
If you follow the assorted and sundry health claims made for green tea, you might have trouble keeping up. The latest claim is elaborated in an article in the Houston Chronicle. Seems that green tea, or at least epigallocatechin gallate, a component in green tea, "holds some promise in fighting HIV."
Read all about it here.
Image: Koots Green Tea
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