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Tea Flavoring Trends

Tea Flavoring Trends

Forecasts of trends in tea and coffee flavors for the coming year are all over the place: ingredient varieties, geographic and cultural origins, customer motivations and demographics, and new categories.

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As the world watches a dramatic plunge in coffee prices, the worst decline in more than a decade, losses in the coffee lands are mounting.  Exporting coffee no longer appeals financially, making domestic markets increasingly important. Read more

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The Committee on Sustainability Assessment describes the benefits of shared indicators in a recent paper on sustainable tea. Read more

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Starbucks confidently explained to investors during the weeks before it debuted, that Chinese rival Luckin Coffee’s BlackRock-backed IPO will not derail 20 years of market dominance. Read more

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As the variety of ingredients increases along with concomitant differences in size, texture, density, chemistry, and ease of mixing, this is not simply a matter of pouring, shaking, and filling bags. Read more

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Growers face challenges but are successfully adapting to trends, new ideas, and markets. Read more

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Rwanda’s investment in tea must anticipate and plan for long-term climate changes. Read more

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The difference between an outstanding Earl Grey and a good one largely reflects the quality of the bergamot that creates its distinctive keyboard of flavors. Read more

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Organic Coffee

Photo by Karen Lickteig / Nossa Familia Coffee

Farmers are seeking holistic ways to manage coffee trees even if they don't seek formal organic certification. Read more

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Innovative Crop Insurance Comes to Colombia

Photo by Natalie White courtesy phys.org

Blue Marble and Nespresso are bringing weather-indexed microinsurance to coffee-growers in Caldas, Colombia. For many, it’s their first opportunity to obtain crop insurance. Read more

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Local media reports the surge of cafés in South Korea has reached its peak. Thousands of Seoul’s 17,000-plus coffee houses have shut their doors due to a saturated market and an increase in home brewing. Read more

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