Month: April 2017

Month: April 2017

The business benefits of using sustainability standards [infographic]
April 25, 2017 Analysis Christine Kapperman

In the tea industry, we know that story matters when it comes to selling the latest product or serving a customer table side.  An important element in that story—sustainability standards—adds great value in today’s triple bottom-line economy. While almost all sources in a recent meta-analysis note the important role sustainability standards play on sales and

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Teforia Partners with Yamamotoyama
April 18, 2017 Data Dan Bolton

Teforia this week announced a partnership that will pair Japan’s venerable Yamamotoyama teas with the company’s intelligent tea infuser. , a family-owned business founded in 1690, produces world-renowned premium green teas that will now be available in the tea portfolio at . Two hundred and seventy nine years ago the fabled company was the first

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Tea Out-of-Home Underperforms as Brits’ Love of Coffee Takes Over
April 10, 2017 Analysis Sam Molineaux

Sales in the UK of tea in the out-of-home category are underperforming against the wider coffee shop market value, according to , the latest report in the Project Café UK Series by Allegra World Coffee Portal. The UK coffee shop sector increased by 12 percent in turnover to reach $11 billion (£8.9 billion) in 2016,

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