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    'infusing' and 'packed'

    On package of Dilmah tea, it says:

    Traditional, authentic Ceylon tea, infusing real leaf character & taste, packed at origin, rich in antioxidants.

    Why do the word 'infusing' use '-ing' form and the word 'packed' use '-ed' form?

    Does it mean this:

    Traditional, authentic Ceylon tea, (which infuses) real leaf character & taste, (which is packed) at origin, rich in antioxidants.

    Thanks for your help.
    Last edited by kadioguy; 31-May-2017 at 04:41.
    I am not a teacher. If there is anything ungrammatical in my post, please correct it. I am grateful for your help.

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    Re: 'infusing' and 'packed'

    "Infusing" doesn't work there. I think you understand what the writer intended correctly.
    I am not a teacher.

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