Industry News | March 18, 2016

McAlister's Introduces Green and Mango Green Tea

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McAlister’s Deli, a leading fast-casual chain known for its Famous Sweet Tea, goes green with the addition of Green Tea and Mango flavored Green Tea to its already irresistible menu of tea varieties. Just like McAlister’s fan favorite Sweet Tea, these new varieties are held to the highest standards, made using only Rainforest Alliance Certified green tea leaves, supporting a healthier planet, stronger forests, and an improved quality of life for farming communities. In addition to using sustainable tea leaves, the restaurant is also bringing back their famous limited-edition reusable tea tumblers in an effort to continue to promote a greener McAlister’s and a greener earth, enabling McAlister’s tea lovers, a.k.a. Tea Freaks, to enjoy their tea anytime, anywhere, without worry of being wasteful.

"We wanted to give our loyal Tea Freaks the option to choose their tea time treat, no matter what flavor they’re craving, so we’re thrilled to go green in more ways than one, with the addition of two delicious green tea flavors to our menu," says Carin Stutz, president of McAlister’s Deli. “With the addition of these flavors, we're proud to support our planet from pick to sip while maintaining the highest quality standards that customers have come to know and love.”

The addition of Green Tea to McAlister’s menu offers a delicious alternative that is clean, refreshing and loaded with antioxidants and nutrients, which have been shown to improve blood flow and lower cholesterol. For those in the mood for a twist on the traditional Green Tea, McAlister’s handcrafted Mango flavored Green Tea is made with a hint of mango for a taste of the tropics that can be enjoyed year-round. Like Sweet Tea, both all Green and Mango Green Tea orders come with unlimited refills.

McAlister’s limited edition Tea Tumblers will be available at all store locations for $8.99 (price may vary by location), while supplies last.

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