Tea Time for 7-Eleven

June 2004
Convenience Store News;6/14/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p16
Trade Publication
Sweet Leaf Tea, a bottled feed tea manufactured in Austin, Texas, has been added to the vaults of more than 500 company-operated 7-Eleven Inc.'s stores throughout Texas and Colorado. With no artificial flavors, coloring or sweeteners, the all-natural, ready-to-drink tea beverage is being introduced as a new 7-Eleven product based on customer requests for more non-carbonated beverage alternatives. 7-Eleven will initially carry four of the Sweet Leaf Tea flavors — Original Sweet Tea, Original Diet Sweet Tea with Splenda, Mint & Honey Green Tea and Raspberry Sweet Tea.


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