Month: September 2016

Month: September 2016

Farming in the Anthropocene
September 20, 2016 Analysis Dan Bolton

HAMBURG, Germany Tea is a sun-loving leaf and unlike the delicate coffee flowers that bear fruit, leaves are tough little photosynthetic factories that thrive in warming regions of the world. Aziz Elbehri So long as rains remain steady, a longer growing season and greater solar intensity will increase yield, but as with most good things,

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British Tea Sales Booming in China
September 12, 2016 Data Sam Molineaux

Taylor’s of Harrogate’s Head of International Sales Matthew Davies in the tea company’s tasting room in Harrogate, England. As tea sales in Britain continue to decline, British tea companies are exploring new opportunities overseas for their brands – including selling tea to China. According to a report by analysts Kantar Worldpanel, Britons are drinking 64

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