Off The Shelves Healthier Choice Desserts & Teas

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Ayataka Green Tea, Oi Ocha Green Tea and Soyato ice cream

Ayataka Green Tea, Oi Ocha Green Tea and Soyato ice cream

If you are a health conscious consumer and are careful with the products you buy off the supermarket shelves, here are some new healthier choice desserts and teas that you may want to consider the next time you go grocery shopping.

 

Oi Ocha Japanese Green TeaOi Ocha Japanese Green Tea

Japan’s top selling bottled green tea since 1989, Oi Ocha is now readily available in Singapore. Oi Ocha offers unsweetened green teas that are brewed and processed with proprietary methods to achieve a smooth, delicious and natural taste without any additives.┬áContains natural antioxidants and have zero calories, Oi Ocha is now available in traditional Green Tea and aromatic Hojicha (roasted green tea) variants at 7-Eleven, Cheers and Fairprice supermarkets priced from S$1.20 to S$2.

 

 

 

 

Soyato Non-Dairy Ice CreamSoyato Non-Dairy Ice Cream

Made from Non-GMO (genetically modified organism) soy beans and other plant based ingredients, Soyato is a product created locally in Singapore. Soyato made based in soy milk is the perfect choice for vegans and those who are lactose intolerant. With only 100kcal and three times less fat than regular ice cream, it makes you “less a sinner” to indulge in a couple more scoops of Soyato. Soyato is now readily available in Wickedly Chocolate, Mint Chip, Green Tea and Honey Lemon at Fairprice supermarkets for S$11.90 a pint.

 

 

 

 

Ayataka Japanese Green TeaAyataka Japanese Green Tea

Similar to Oi Cha above, Ayataka is also unsweetened green tea. But Ayataka has a distinctive cloudiness making it taste like teapot-brewed tea. Brewed using carefully selected tea leaves and other natural ingredients, Ayataka contains no preservatives or calories. Ayataka passed a taste test by 100 Kyoto geishas to be the bottled green tea in Singapore with the closest to authentic Japanese teapot-brewed tea. Ayataka is available at all major supermarkets and convenience stores island wide priced from 75 cents to S$1.75.

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