tea bag

It’s a simple consumer expectation. Tea drinkers want to enjoy the freshest taste possible. But as their demand for new, premium products continues to rise, tea companies continue to look for better ways to deliver quality. more


The world’s top tea brands each manufacture more than a million tea bags per hour. Under these conditions, flimsy tea bag materials simply won’t do. more


Technavio market research picks up on yet another indicator of the tea industry’s expanding search for premiumization: paper. more


Long before the first tea pod, capsule, cartridge, or k-cup there was the tea bag.  While controversy over who was the initial creator of the bag remains, one thing is certain, the public immediately responded to this convenient, mess-free format. more


Scientists have launched a project that aims to bury thousands of teabags in wetlands around the world to try and discover how efficient the different wetlands are at capturing and storing carbon dioxide. more

Tea Report

UK-based Raw Bean introduced its new fully biodegradable, single-serve Bean Bags for sale online and at Waitrose stores throughout the country. more

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Mallikarjun Katakol

Teabox, a global direct-to-consumer tea company based in India, has launched individually-packaged tea bags sealed at source using a natural nitrogen flush that keeps the tea fresh longer. more

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