Discover how one family transformed the image of tea in the U.S. and around the world NEW YORK, March 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Join America’s beloved tea brewing family in their first As the Tea Steeps podcast series available on and Google Play. Fans can tune in to the 6-part podcast to learn about the
World Tea News asked tea industry leaders for their insights regarding threats to the tea industry and they shared their feedback. Here we asked: What is the biggest threat the tea industry faces in the coming year and how can the industry overcome it? I see three main challenges facing the tea industry: The evolving
Ten Ren’s tea range Bubble tea maker Ten Ren’s parent company B&S International Holdings’ stocks surged 298 percent in its debut on the Hong Kong IPO market last week, making it the city’s strongest mainboard debut in two years. Initial shares sold for HK$1 and closed at HK$3.98, earning kudos for the company as the
JORHAT, Assam Tea estate in Assam, harvest season starts Quality played a key role in India’s tea exports, which saw a jump of nearly 7 percent during the April–January period of 2017–18 over the corresponding period in the previous year. Last year, the country’s tea exports had touched a 36-year high of 240.7 million kilograms.
SerendipiTea’s Jasmine Green tea. Photo by: serendipitea.com SerendipiTea was an outlier in the recent Global Tea Championship Single Serve Hot and Iced Small Batch competition, winning seven awards for various flavors. “We were really surprised and thrilled; it’s very exciting,” said Linda Villano, co-founder and president of SerendipiTea. The Manhasset, New York-based company has entered