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The 2021 spring tea has entered into the picking time in China
February 22, 2021 Industry News, News ctma

On Feb 4th,the spring tea picking festival is held in Sanjiang county, Guangxi Region, it’s also the “beginning of spring” in the Chinese lunar calendar.  In February, with the weather is getting warm in China, the  spring tea season is earlier than that in last year for more than 10 days. The famous green tea with high quality successively enter into the production period from

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Jingwei Fu Tea is on sale in the United States
February 19, 2021 Industry News, News ctma

On March 27th, Jingwei Fu Tea was launched on sale in Yamibuy in the United States and Canada. Yamibuy is the largest e-commerce platform for Asian goods in North America. At the same time, because of the good one-year trial operation in the United States, the US subsidiary of Jingwei Fu Tea also successfully obtained the

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Mr.Rupert Hoogewerf came to Huaxiangyuan tea company in Xiamen
February 19, 2021 Industry News, News ctma

On January 6th, Mr.Rupert Hoogewerf, the founder of Hurun 100 Rich List came to the headquarters of Huaxiangyuan tea company in Xiamen city, attended the press conference of Huaxiangyuan & chinese tea & Hurun world’s top 500 list naming signment. The success of the cooperation of Hurun 100 Rich List and Huaxiangyuan Tea Company is inseparable from their

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HEYTEA won “Pioneer of Cheese Tea in New Style Tea Beverage Industry”Certification by Frost&Sullivan
February 19, 2021 Industry News, News ctma

On February 1st, HEYTEA was certified as the “pioneer of cheese tea in new style tea beverage industry”by Frost&Sullivan, a global authoritative enterprise growth consulting company. Based on the research and analysis of Chinese new style tea beverage market in recent years, as well as the research and evaluation of relevant companies in the tea industry,

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Henan tea was exported by Zhengzhou-Europe train for the first time
February 19, 2021 Industry News, News ctma

Yesterday, the first China-Europe(Zhengzhou) “Henan Tea Group” train departed from Zhengzhou city, Henan province. This train will arrive at Tashkent Station in Uzbekistan in 12 days to transport Henan tea to various parts of Central Asia. According to the reports, as a channel for the interconnection of the “One Belt and Road”, the Zhengzhou-Europe train created opportunities for Henan’s

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Hubei’s thank-you tea departs for Mongolia
December 25, 2020 Industry News ctma

From Xinhua Central China’s Hubei Province, once hard-hit by COVID-19, started shipping local tea to Mongolia on Wednesday as gifts in appreciation of their previous donation of sheep in support of China’s COVID-19 fight. The tea, made up of three local brands, is expected to arrive at the China-Mongolia border port of Erenhot, Inner Mongolia

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Yingde City in Guangdong is famous for black tea plantation
December 24, 2020 Industry News ctma

Worker weigh freshly-picked tea leaves at a tea plantation in Yingde City, south China’s Guangdong Province, Nov. 3, 2020. Yingde City, located at the northern mountainous area of Guangdong Province, is famous for its black tea plantation. A worker picks tea leaves at a tea plantation in Yingde City, south China’s Guangdong Province, Nov. 3,

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Large compressed tea in China sets world record
December 24, 2020 Industry News ctma

A column of compressed tea set a world record for the largest volume in southwest China’s Yunnan Province. The tea column was awarded a Guinness World Records certificate in the border city of Tengchong. It is 6.04 meters high, 10.06 meters in circumference, 3.2 meters in diameter, and 48.56 cubic meters in volume, weighing 42.6

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COVID-19 pandemic slows down Kenya’s tea exports
December 24, 2020 Industry News ctma

A farmer picks tea leaves at a tea garden in Nairobi, Kenya, Aug. 4, 2019. (Xinhua/Li Yan) Kenya’s tea exports in the first seven months of the year declined marginally, pulled down by the outbreak of COVID-19. NAIROBI, Sept. 6 (Xinhua) — Kenya’s tea exports in the first seven months of the year declined marginally,

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Floods, coronavirus dent India’s tea output in first half of 2020
December 24, 2020 Industry News ctma

By: Reuters From Financial Express Tea growing areas, notably Assam – which accounts for more than half the country’s production – suffered flooding in May, June and July. In June, India produced 138.52 million kilograms of tea, down 8% from a year ago as plucking was affected by floods in north-eastern state of Assam, the

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