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Iced and hot teas are gaining a following among restaurant customers

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February 21, 2013   Copyright: NACS Online

Since the Boston Tea Party 240 years ago, Americans have not embraced tea as readily as we have coffee. But in recent years, the popularity of tea — both iced and hot — has begun to soar, especially on restaurant menus, Nation’s Restaurant News reports. Last year, tea appeared on 74% of restaurant menus selling drinks, behind only soft drinks among nonalcoholic drinks, according to Datassential’s MenuTrends. Hot tea graced 63% of menus last year, ranking higher than milk, hot chocolate, iced coffee, premium coffee and lemonade, among other drinks...

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