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Wired - These 53 Prime Day Deals Are Still Going Strong

Originally published by Scott Gilbertson for Wired. Link to original article here: These 53 Prime Day Deals Are Still Going Strong AFTER A FULL 48 hours, the second Amazon Prime Day 2022 is officially over. Whew. We hope you were able to find useful discounts among the Kindles, Echo Dots, Stasher bags, LifeStraws, and other great deals we found sifting through Amazon. If you missed out, fear not, a few great deals remain—at least for now. Below are the best remaining deals not just at Amazon, but at other retailers like Best Buy and Walmart too.  Tea Spot Tea: 25 Percent off With Code STAFFPICKS...

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Vice - The Best Matcha Powder, According to Experts

by Nicolette Accardi From the super-authentic stuff from Uji to the new wave of matcha masters, these powders are delicious, affordable, and approved by the pros. A piping hot cup of coffee really hits differently when you’re in a mad rush on the highway, and here’s something about waiting in the mile-long line of a McDonald’s, Dunkin’, or Starbucks drive-thru, screaming through the window for a jolt of caffeine, the legal stimulant we all so desperately crave. Sure, we’re simps for Dunkin’, but for some of us, once we get our fix, instant regret runs through our minds and, uh, our...

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Food Network - The 8 Best Green Teas to Buy, According to Experts

Originally published by Christine Byrne, MPH, RD for Food Network. Link to original article here: Best Green Teas to Buy According to Experts The flavor of green tea depends on when the leaves were harvested, how and where they were grown and so much more. Green tea is extremely popular today, but its roots are literally ancient. Legend has it that green tea was first steeped in 2737 BC, when a few green tea leaves fell into an emperor’s cup of hot water. There are written records of green tea being used medicinally as far back as the Han Dynasty...

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UPS Ignite grant recipients

BizWest - UPS awards small biz grant to Louisville’s The Tea Spot

By BizWest staff The Tea Spot, a maker of loose tea and tea sachet products, is a new recipient of a $10,000 small business grant from UPS Ignite, a United Parcel Service Inc. accelerator program that supports women-owned and minority-owned businesses. In addition to the grant, The Tea Spot’s leaders will participate in the UPS Ignite executive education program at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University near Chicago. “We’re grateful to be UPS Ignite Small Business grant recipients. This recognition will help further our mission to empower healthy hydration through tea. The $10,000 grant is like icing on...

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