Month: April 2012

Month: April 2012

Devan Shah, Tea Mentor
April 19, 2012 Data Babette Donaldson

LOS ANGELES, Calif. Devan Shah’s warm smile and generous spirit is evident at a distance. The founder of International Tea Importers and Chado Tea Rooms is a familiar face at tea events where he is always surrounded by listeners animated by his energetic and passionate love of tea. Advertisement Born into a family of teachers

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Death. Taxes. Free News…
April 15, 2012 Industry News World Tea News

We believe that in addition to death and taxes you can be guaranteed quality news and content from the World Tea News.  For the next 30 days (April 16th to May 15th) the entire site will be unrestricted and will not require a paid subscription to access news and features.  We look forward to you joining the

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Green Tea Masks Testosterone in Doping Tests
April 12, 2012 Data World Tea News

LONDON, U.K. The healing powers of green tea apparently also include concealing powers as Olympic doping officials consider whether to modify their tests for testosterone. A laboratory study showed that green tea may lower readings for testosterone by 30 percent leading the scientific director of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to consider adjusting the standard

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Dubai Tea Forum Airs Industry Challenges
April 5, 2012 Industry News World Tea News

DUBAI, UAE Underpinning the joy of drinking tea is the massive blending machinery, bagging and packaging equipment, warehousing, finance and transportation logistics of the tea business. Dubai is a crossroads of this aspect of tea. Factories here produce billions and billions of teabags from shiploads of leaves continuously arriving from China and India, Sri Lanka

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China Tea Exports to U.S. Climb in Value
April 5, 2012 Data World Tea News

DUBAI, U.A.E. Today begins the harvest of China’s annual tea crop, a national holiday marked with picnics and spring walks known as Qingming, or tomb sweeping day. The origins date to antiquity but since the Tang Dynasty (618-907) Qingming has taken on added significance in the world of tea. Pre-Qing teas, consisting of the delicate

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Tea Drinkers Appear to Have Fewer Bouts of Gastric Cancer
April 4, 2012 Data World Tea News

TOKYO, Japan Researchers at the National Cancer Center in Tokyo report that women who drank five or more cups of tea a day were 21 percent less likely to be diagnosed with gastric cancer. There were is no similar association observe for men. Advertisement The study is compiled from results of eight separate research papers

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