Author: Sam Molineaux

Author: Sam Molineaux

Wildlife Conservation in India’s Tea Gardens
May 15, 2018 News Sam Molineaux

Stock.Adobe.com One of the world’s largest animals, the majestic elephant holds a dear place in most people’s hearts. However, a stressed elephant can kill a human with one strike of its trunk, a fact known only too well by India’s tea plantation workers, where conflict between humans and elephants is rife. Although elephants are still

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California Tea Garden Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Finance Expansion
May 1, 2018 News Sam Molineaux

Tea Room, Jade Valley Jade Valley Tea Arts, a private academy for classical tea arts in Nevada City, Calif., has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for a major expansion. The academy rose from the ashes of Jade Summit Tea and Antiques, a popular storefront business in downtown Nevada City, following torrential rains and

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Ten Ren Soars in Hong Kong
March 20, 2018 Data Sam Molineaux

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

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RTD Outlook for 2018; APAC Tops Growth in Global RTD Tea
January 8, 2018 Data Sam Molineaux

Global ready-to-drink (RTD) tea and coffee sales are expected to experience a combined annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9 percent through 2021, according to a new report by global technology research and advisory company Technavio. Fast-paced lifestyles of consumers are one of the major factors driving the market. Consumers are increasingly looking for RTD products

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24 Million Ways to Make a Cuppa
December 4, 2017 Data Sam Molineaux

Nottingham Trent University’s Dr. James Hind (left) and Tetley Master Blender Sebastian Michaelis. If you thought you instinctively knew how to make a perfect cup of tea, think again. Experts in the U.K. have discovered there are more than 24 million different ways to make a cup of tea and while most of us might

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From East to West: Green Tea Gains Ground
November 6, 2017 Analysis Sam Molineaux

green tea In Asia, the color green represents positivity, fertility and happiness—all appropriate adjectives to describe the current state of the global green tea market. According to a new report by Transparency Market Research, growth is predicted across the board over the next few years for this segment of the tea market. As green tea

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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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Tea for the Heart
February 13, 2017 Data Sam Molineaux

Good news for tea-loving romantics. Showing your loved one you care with a gift of tea is a gesture that aims straight for the heart. According to a new study published in the journal , drinking a daily cup of tea can reduce heart disease. The study assessed the association between tea consumption and ischemic

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Tetley Report Shows Growth in Out-of-Home Tea Consumption
December 20, 2016 Analysis Sam Molineaux

In its first annual , British tea company Tetley examines the out-of-home tea market, providing insight and opportunities for tea operators in 2017. Most notably, the report highlights a significant uplift in out-of-home tea consumption. It found that more than 4 billion cups of tea were consumed out of home in the U.K. in 2016,

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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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