The biology and economics of the beverage industry

  title={The biology and economics of the beverage industry},
  author={Ralph Holt Cheney},
  journal={Economic Botany},
Cocoa, coffee and tea, world-wide in their use, and yerba matte and guaraná in South America are the great non-alcoholic beverages oi plant origin which owe their stimulating qualities to their content of caffein or caffein-like alkaloids. 
Rooibos tea, a South African contribution to world beverages
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Rooibos tea,aspalathus linearis, a caffeineless, low-tannin beverage
Consumer tests indicate that rooibos tea may be an acceptable alternative to tea, coffee, cocoa and high-caffeine soft drinks, and is said to have enoughfluoride to inhibit caries.