drinking tea while pregnant
Pregnancy

Can you drink tea while pregnant?

If you are pregnant, you may not have to give up caffeine, but you may want to cut down on your consumption. The common sources of caffeine are coffee, tea, chocolate and cola. According to the NSW food authority, pregnant women should not consume more than 200mg caffeine a day*. This is equivalent to four cups of medium-strength tea or 3 cups of instant coffee or four cups of hot chocolate.


Tetley has some delicious alternatives with much less caffeine, helping you to enjoy a cuppa whilst pregnant.

•  Tetley Decaf gives you the black tea flavour you love, and lots of polyphenols/flavonoids but with much less caffeine.

•   Our Tetley Twists range of fruit and herbal infusions are made up of natural fruits, herbs, flowers and natural flavours. So nary a caffeine hit in sight!

  • Our Tetley Cold Infusions range, specially blended to be brewed in cold water and available in a range of delicious flavours to give your water a refreshing twist!

 

 

Check with your health practitioner before trying Cold Infusions & Tetley Twists, to ensure it is appropriate for you to consume hibiscus during your pregnancy.

* Food safety during pregnancy, NSW Food Authority. http://www.foodauthority.nsw.gov.au/foodsafetyandyou/life-events-and-food/pregnancy?utm_campaign=redirected