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Tea is the most popular beverage in the world next to water.
Support the Tea Association of Canada and #DrinkTea!



#DrinkTea! is a campaign to support the growing interest in tea within the USA and beyond. Positive, informative, messages and imagery are intended to entice more people, young and old, to become tea loving consumers. The campaign shall contribute to sustainable growth within the tea industry. Find more information in the campaign press release here. See also http://www.tea.ca

Businesses* - A business may use the images provided in the Drink Tea! campaign on their website, through social media, email, or another way of posting or sharing in print or online. The images are important to tea industry camaraderie and growth and will enhance consumer enjoyment and interaction with your business.

General Public/Consumers* - Any tea-loving consumer may make use of the images in a similar fashion as stated above. The images are fun for sharing any time of the year to support your love for tea!

Media* - Print and online media, newspapers, magazines, bloggers, and the like are encouraged to post and share images. If you are working with a print publication and have remnant space to fill, please consider running one of our Drink Tea! campaign images. As a not for profit organization, the Tea Council of the USA will appreciate your support! Thank you! - If you require a different file type than is provided here, please contact us. For Press Release, click here.

*All images are copyright
©Tea Association of Canada and may not be changed or modified or imitated.  All images must be used in a positive manner.

All images must be hyperlinked directly to http://www.tea.ca unless otherwise noted. (In some instances, an image will have supporting documentation through a different/dedicated link via Tea Association of Canada website.)

How to save: From a computer, mouse over an image and right click to save to your computer. Mobil device: Tap image and save to the photo album on our device.

How to Use: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and other online posting works best by using the image as is. Do not re-size. Do not modify file type. Please use image as-is for best quality in viewing.

Images have been created in a hi-resolution .png format Actual size is 818x818 pixels but may be sized down to no less than 200x200 pixels for website or email usage as shown below. Files are high quality enough for print, but please request another file type if needed.



If you use any of these images, please link it to http://www.tea.ca
If you use any of the images below, please link image to http://www.tea.ca

Campaign created by Gail Gastelu, publisher of The Tea House Times
for the Tea Association of Canada.

About the Tea Association of Canada: The Tea Association of Canada is the leading authority and industry voice on all things tea in Canada and represents members from bush to cup. They provide proactive leadership in the areas of advocacy, generic promotion, education and information in order to ensure the long-term viability of the tea industry. They serve as the number one source of information, research about tea and offer the only TAC TEA SOMMELIERTM/SM certification program in Canada. They are passionate about tea and dedicated to increasing awareness of quality tea and its health benefits to Canadians. Tea is the world’s second most popular beverage after water. Brewed tea offers people several health benefits. Tea, both iced and hot, contains health beneficial flavonoids, has no calories, and is an all-natural beverage. See http://www.tea.ca

This campaign is adopted from the Tea Council of the USA.
Tea Association of the U.S.A., Inc. is the recognized independent authority on tea, acting as the official voice for its members on issues related to the tea industry. See http://www.teausa.org

The Specialty Tea Institute (STI) is the educational division of the Tea Association of the U.S.A., Inc. and the leader in the education of tea professionals. See also http://www.stitea.com

The Tea Council of the U.S.A. functions as the public and media relations division of the Tea Association of the U.S.A. and was established to support the promotion of tea in the U.S. Its recent focus has been almost exclusively on raising overall awareness of the science behind tea’s health benefits, buttressed by the great taste, variety and uniqueness of tea. See http://www.teausa.org



2003 - present