Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. All Newsha products have ISO22000, ISO9001, HACCP and health certificates; the related information has been printed on the packages.
No. They are not. Our products, made with teas and natural traditional Iranian spices and herbs, are categorized as “Healthy Drinks”.
Pyramid bags are made of corn fiber. They are completely biodegradable. Regular teabags are made of nylon fiber.
Every regular / pyramid teabag contains about 2 / 3 grams of teas or herbs, respectively.
We recommend 170 ml for each teabag.
It depends on the type of teas and herbal infusions. Those containing fruits, like Tropical Fruits infusion, will not remain fresh for a long time.
To keep your tea fresh, always store it in a cool, dry place away from sunlight. Follow the instruction below to make sure your tea or herbal infusion remains fresh:
- The best time to consume the products containing fruit is upto 6 months after the production date.
- The best time to consume the other products is upto 12 months after the production date.
Most of our teas or herbal infusions do not contain sugar or calorie. The information printed on the packages will help you in this regard.
Our products do not contain ingredients like wheat, rye and oat. So, they are gluten-free.
Yes, Newsha teas and herbal infusions are dairy-free.
We source ginseng from Canada, the majority of our black teas comes from the best plantations of India and Sri Lanka.
Other ingredients of herbal infusions, tea mixes, Iranian black tea and green tea are all Iranian.
Teas and herbal infusions must be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct light, heat and sources of heat such as the stove and the oven.
Tea must be kept free from oxygen in order to prevent oxidation through which vitamin C is oxidized faster than Catechins. The color and aroma of tea are adversely affected by oxidation and degradation of vitamin C and other antioxidants.
The other factor that may change the freshness, aroma and flavor of tea is moisture, that’s why it must be kept in a dry place.
Tea will not go bad easily when kept at a low temperature in an airtight container away from light. To take full advantages of health benefits of tea, it is recommended to keep it at a temperature below 30 °C.
The caffeine content depends on several factors such as water temperature and brewing time. However, on average, a 180 ml cup of tea contains about 40 mg of caffeine.