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ZOOS (pronounced Zeus) is a unique, first to market Greek Iced-Tea that is developed to deliver on great taste, unique offerings, and a healthier alternative to other iced-tea products currently on the market. Launched in May, 2014 in New England, ZOOS plans to capitalize on the current industry trends of Greek products and healthy beverages as the first and only Greek iced-tea product in the United States. The cornerstone of ZOOS Greek iced-teas ingredient (tsai tou vounou) has already been proven in Europe to offer significant health benefits. The product is sold in 16oz bottles. The Company outsources the manufacturing to produce and bottle the product. ZOOS was also recently named one of the top 26 winners of the 2014 class of MassChallenge; the world’s most reputable and largest startup accelerator program.

 

 

 

Kristina and Niari were born and raised in Boston. Both ZOOS girls grew up on healthy Mediterranean diets and family traditions, where they were taught to appreciate and respect our Earth and the food it provides us in its most natural form.

 

Kristina grew up spending Summers in Greece with her Yia-Yia and Papou. Greek Mountain Tea was a staple tradition she enjoyed with her family while visiting in Greece. After attending College in Florida (where she fell in love with Iced-Tea), and living in New York City, she moved back home to launch ZOOS, All Natural Greek Iced Teas.

 

Both ZOOS Girls partnered up to take a secret family recipe and share it with the world. "Handpicked from the Greek Mountain tops and brewed in the purest form, we are excited to introduce America to a product that we fell in love with years ago. We can feel good at the end of the day knowing that our products hope to aid people in wellness, recovery & health."

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