Matcha Slim to Launch Matcha Licker Candy in Japan, France, Germany, South Korea, and Japan

A Japanese cosmetics brand is set to launch Matcha licker candies in Europe, Japan, and South Korea on April 11, the company said.

The Matcha slim candy will be made by a Japanese company called Masashi Sugimori. 

The Matcha line includes Matcha Light, Matcha Ultra, Matchas Light, and Matchas Ultra.

The matcha line will include Matcha Cool, Matchacool, and the Matcha Pure. 

“Masashi Sugimo is proud to be able to offer a variety of matcha products that can be enjoyed in a variety with a wide variety of Japanese consumers,” said the company in a statement. 

This marks a new entry for Matcha, which has been making candy in Japan since 2004. 

In 2018, the Japanese company announced plans to launch its own line of matchas in Japan.

How to slim your jeans

Slimmer jeans are the new slimming slacks, according to a new fashion trend from the British fashion blog The American Conservatives.

“The trend is about getting slim but with a slightly more rounded silhouette,” The American Conservativists wrote in a post on the site.

The blog also suggests that skinny jeans should be worn with slimming accessories, like a slimy slipper or a slim waistband.

The trend has gained traction over the past few years, especially among men.

But the American Conservative has since deleted its post.

Slimming jeans are popular among fashion-forward men.

They look more like skinny jeans and are easier to style, especially for slim figures.

But some women are against slimming jeans.

According to a survey by the fashion blog, women were split on whether slimming pants were right for them, with 32 percent saying that they should be kept slim, 30 percent that they shouldn’t, and 13 percent saying they were unsure.

For a look at what slimming slimming styles look like, check out these photos of some slimming denim jeans.

How to turn a $2,500 credit card into a $30,000 life insurance policy: The truth about $2k life insurance quotes

We all know that life insurance is a tough game.

The industry has been in the red ever since the 2008 financial crisis, when some companies started charging customers more for policies.

But according to research from Credit Karma, some of the most popular life insurance policies have never charged a premium.

The biggest culprit is a lack of knowledge about what you’re getting into when you apply for a policy.