Little Me Tea – My Kids’ Love It!
Big Time Tea is a little family company with a big mission: to improve the health of children everywhere.
It all started with a search for a truly healthy kids’ drink for our baby girl, Julia. The 100% juices were loaded with sugar. Flavored waters lacked nutrition. Even so-called “healthy” organic brands added cane sugar. No thanks!
So we set out to create a better drink for children based on something as pure and wholesome as nature itself — tea. Some call it nature’s wonder drug, and it’s no wonder. From this little green leaf comes a powerhouse of beneficial nutrients like antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.
Little Me Tea is a delicious blend of caffeine-free tea kicked up with fruit and vegetable juices. It’s rich in nutrients, super-low in sugar and organic to the core. In today’s polluted, nutrient-deficient world, our children need a true force of nature to keep them healthy and strong. That’s why we created Little Me Tea — the healthiest kids’ drink on the planet.
Little Me Tea has a line of terrific teas that my kids love but without the caffeine and added sugar. Plus they are organic and much safer than so many alternative drinks that are on the market. The flavors so far are Zane’s Grape Tea and Julia’s Tropical Tea. My kids’ favorite is the grape tea but they love just about anything grape flavored. Personally I love that these are ready to drink and don’t require any brewing or mixing by me. With my busy life I can appreciate anything that saves me even the smallest amount of time. They have even provided a comparison chart to other juice brands just so you can see how much of a difference there is.
This tea is a win/win situation. My kids love it, it is healthy for them and I don’t need to “make it”. Yay!
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