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Singapore Myanmar Investco has secured an exclusive arrangement to develop the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf brand in Myanmar. more

Coffee Report

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

Tea Report

More and more tea companies are seeing the Alibaba e-commerce platform as a vehicle for gaining a presence in China’s notoriously complex market. more

Tea Report

Chinese millennials can now drown their sorrows with a new range of teas by Sung Teas. The tongue-in-cheek marketing plays on the despair felt by some young Chinese regarding their career and marriage prospects. more

Tea Report

Coffee and tea are portable, non-perishable, compact, and ship light. Add the convenience of home delivery and it is easy to see why online sales are booming. Amazon’s $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods will accelerate that growth. more

News

Obubu, a non-profit association of Japanese green tea growers and retailers, takes part in the Wazuka Summer Festival in Kyoto prefecture. more

Tea Report

Lewis & Carroll in Jakarta is the latest tea lounge to install a Steampunk brewer. more

Tea Report

Scotland’s first tea plantation launched its Dalreoch White in New York City in June and in July signed a contract with Mariage Freres International in Paris. more

The new brand offers a range of products that include reed diffusers, bath and shower gels, shampoo, body lotions, gift sets and travel packs. more

Tea Report

Amanzi, the successful tea bar and retail company with a flagship in London’s Marylebone, features more than 100 teas. more

Tea Report

For many who eat outside the home, coffee is the dominant morning drink and tea for breakfast has consisted of a teabag in a paper cup. New trends and technologies are challenging the status quo breakfast menu. more

Features

The take-away breakfast segment is booming but too often morning tea sales lag. Texas loose leaf tea retailer Teasters Tea Company has discovered a quick-service solution that boosted morning visits by 40-45% thanks to a speedy and versatile brewer f more

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Tea in capsules continues to ascend but single serve’s meteoric rise is showing signs it’s beginning to slow. more

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