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* Nature's Agro Products introduces Sugar Killer Tea
Sat, Jan 13, 2018, 08:36 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Jan 13, Colombo: Sugar Killer Tea, a sugar free, yet sugar-like-taste filled tea which is a hundred percent natural has been introduced to the market for the first time.

Sugar Killer Tea is exported to many countries around the world. It comes in a special blend in which sugar, artificial flavors and colorings are not added. This blend is sweetened with cinnamon and tea.

The diabetic patients can use Sugar Killer Tea with no health issues as it is accompanied by the sweet taste that sugar conveys.

As cinnamon is used for many diseases such as arthritis, cholesterol and many more along with diabetes in Ayurveda, anybody from different walks of life can add Sugar Killer Tea to their daily tea servings.

Nature's Agro Producers Lanka, which has clinched many awards garnering international glory by exporting Sri Lankan products to the international market for a long period.

Sugar Killer Tea products are exported to countries like Europe, Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. Sugar Killer Tea has been certified of its hygiene through tests of Industrial Technical Industries and many more medical tests. The product can be purchased from pharmacies and shops around the island.

 

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