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Smallholder Innovation in the Nilgiri Hills more

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The apparently static world of tea is in a continual state of flux. more

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Tea Studio is revolutionary, unique, and unlike conventional tea factories in many ways. more

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Third-party certifications heralded as progressive solutions are souring for producers as the priority of marketing engagement trumps poverty relief. more

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Bangladesh’s tea output for 2016 grew by nearly 27% over the previous year and this may be enough of a rise to mean that the country no longer needs to import tea from elsewhere. more

Tea Report

There was much less tea sailing the high seas last year than could be found in local market stalls. more

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JS Humidifiers of Littlehampton, West Sussex is now Condair. more

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Overseas tea producers seeking to enter the US market face long odds. This is how Australia tea supplier Planet Organic played the game and won. more

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State-of-the-art Emrok Tea Factory in the Nandi Hills is now making a range of specialty large leaf teas to meet the growing interest around the world in large leaf orthodox green, white, and black African teas. more

Tea Report

Organic green teas produced from wild tea trees in the highlands of Vietnam, with the help of the local Hmong people, feature in a new range of organic blends designed by Natur Boutique to offer health benefits as well as great flavors. more

Tea Report

In order to achieve a competitive and profitable Malawian tea industry, a new Malawi Tea 2020 partnership brings together organizations that can deliver change. more

Tea Report

The Waldemar orthodox tea factory in Udapussellawa has been converted by Browns & Co., Plc to an oolong factory. more

Tea Report

Five of the tea factories owned by the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) are working in close collaboration with the Dutch Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH) and the Kenya Forestry Service to save the Mau Forest. more

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ITO EN, Japan’s multinational beverage company specializing in tea production, has applied its recycling ethic to the tea leaves used in the production process. more

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Warmer temperatures and changing rain patterns in Assam are affecting production and quality of the region’s tea. more

Tea Report

The Bangladesh Tea Board reports development of the tea sector in the region has created employment for more than 12,000 people, including 8,500 women who have been lifted out of extreme poverty by earning better wages as tea pluckers. more

Tea Report

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