Green tea gets its name from the emerald green colour created when brewing unprocessed, unfermented tea leaves.
With origins going back as far as 5,000 years, green tea is commonly drunk and widely grown in Asia where the health properties are well recognised.
Green tea is higher in protective polyphenols. The major polyphenols in green tea are flavonoids, which functions as powerful antioxidants.
Green tea extract is converted to a free-flowing powder through spray drying and is suitable for daily consumption and ingredients of blended beverages.