Month: March 2017

Month: March 2017

The Booming Tea Industry in the United States
March 27, 2017 Industry News World Tea News

World Tea Expo 2016 The popularity of tea continues to rapidly grow in the United States. Though it is common knowledge that tea has long been widely consumed in countries such as China and India, it is not commonly known that the U.S. ranks third in the world for the amount of tea it imports,

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RTD Tea Market Is Growing Faster Than Soda
March 27, 2017 Data Elizabeth Dobos

Bottles of tea. Photo Credit: Thinkstock by Getty Images. Ready-to-drink teas are steadily increasing in popularity among consumers and sales are expected to continue to grow. The ready-to-drink tea market grew by 40 percent between 2011 and 2016, according to a , a beverage consultancy. The average annual growth rate of RTD teas is 7

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Turmeric in Tea is Trending
March 20, 2017 Analysis Elizabeth Dobos

The West continues to take note from th­­e East as turmeric popped up across tea brands showcasing at Natural Products Expo West earlier this month in Anaheim, California. Much has been written about the benefits of turmeric, which could explain its surge in popularity among tea producers. Ayurvedic documentation from India shows the usage of

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Tea Consumption May Protect Elderly From Cognitive Decline
March 20, 2017 Data Stephenie Overman

Chinese researchers found indications that regular tea consumption lowers the risk of cognitive decline in the elderly, especially those who are genetically at risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. The findings, according to the , were that tea drinking reduced the risk of cognitive impairment in older persons by 50 percent. APOE e4 gene carriers who

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U.S. RTD Green Tea to Reach $3.5 Million
March 6, 2017 Analysis Dan Bolton

Green tea is a segment in all formats but ready-to-drink will account for the greatest value, volume, and profitability for the five years ahead, according to market researcher Technavio. London-based Technavio estimates the U.S. market for green tea, in bottles and cans will reach $3.515 million by 2021. The estimated compound annual growth rate (CAGR)

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