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Reports on India’s small tea growers increasingly share one single word; “demand.” In the face of climate change, they are demanding that government tax and subsidy policy become farm-centric instead of favoring large estate growers. more

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Chai Point is a rapidly growing Indian company that is both a leader in business innovation and in the forefront of applying these IT tools at POS – point of sale. more

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Four million of Kenya’s population depend on tea for their living. One of the biggest threats they face is from crop losses. more

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Matcha is the surprise “superfood” tea. Conservative forecasts are that sales will hit $6 billion by 2023. more

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China becoming a major export market for Indian and Sri Lankan black tea and English name brand tea bags. more

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Several of the world’s most highly regarded white teas are now grown in Sri Lanka. more

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The University of California at Davis announced it will establish a Global Tea Institute for the Study of Tea Culture and Science. more

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The idiom of “The devil is in the details” very much applies to the major trends in the modernization of tea logistics from bush to cup. more

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The Eastview Mall in Victor, NY, is one of several mall operators to successfully attract local tea shops to replace 379 Teavana locations that are closing as Starbucks withdraws from that retail segment. more

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Nestlé Waters North America announced in December the sale of its Tradewinds ready-to-drink and Sweet Leaf Tea brands to Dunn’s River Brands for an undisclosed sum. more

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Global ready-to-drink (RTD) tea and coffee sales are expected to experience a combined annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9% through 2021, according to a new report by global technology research and advisory company Technavio. more

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American millennials may be losing their taste for iced tea, according to results of a poll released this month by YouGov BrandIndex. more

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Farmers have reported growing crop losses that leave them at a “crippling disadvantage” in world markets. more

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At the end of 2017, Rwanda reported that for the first time for which figures are available, domestic consumption amounted to half of total production. more

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Guangzhou Pharmaceutical Group’s Wanglaoji has won the first ever China National Science Award in 2017 for its development of a DNA barcoding database for identifying and authenticating raw materials and genetic ingredients. more

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Disappointing earnings by DAVIDsTEA led executives to admit during a call with investors that they are exploring strategic alternatives including a possible sale of the company. more

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