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A comparative analysis of effects of black and purple tea on iron absorption in adolescent pregnant population
Adolescent pregnancy is a major public health issue in developing countries. It is associated with unique nutritional requirements as well as risk of micronutrient deficiencies. Some of the foods and drinks ingested ...
Consumer preference of the mix of purple and ordinary green tea in Kenya
Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world after water. Processed tea is manufactured from young tender leaves of tea plant (Camellia sinensis). Black tea has mainly been processed from green coloured leaf tea ...
Factors influencing adoption potential of purple tea in Nyeri County: A geographic perspective
Kenya is the world’s third largest producer of tea after China and India. Tea plays a major role in Kenya’s economy as it is the third major foreign exchange earner, behind tourism and horticulture and employs approximately ...