Month: September 2011

Month: September 2011

Pakistan Research Program Encourages Local Tea Industry
September 23, 2011 Industry News World Tea News

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan Pakistan is one of the world’s top tea consuming nations but produces very little tea, despite good growing conditions. The Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) is promoting indigenous tea as a means of reducing the “huge bills it has been spending on tea imports,” according to The Nation, a Pakistan newspaper. Advertisement Per

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Tea Prices Firm as Output Declines
September 21, 2011 Data World Tea News

As the summer growing season ends, tightening supplies have firmed up tea prices worldwide. The Economist Intelligence Unit (Commodity) reports tea prices held in July “although prices at the Mombasa auction in Kenya (where around one-third of global tea exports are sold) dipped at the first weekly auction in August.” “We (EIU commodity forecasters) expect

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Sage Advice, Demonstrations and a Busy Show Floor Opening Day
September 10, 2011 Data Alan Richman and Katrina Munichiello

Anupa Mueller, VP Eco-Prima and the  Silver Tips Tea Room Beth Johnston, founder of Teas Etc. on Saturday treated attendees to a 60-year-old pu-erh. PHILADELPHIA, Penn. Speaking here at World Tea East, Anupa Mueller, vice president, Eco-Prima, Inc. & Silver Tips Tea Room, urged her audience to become actively engaged in putting on tea tastings. “If

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