Category: Industry News

Category: Industry News

28 geographical indication tea products were selected into the China EU agreement on geographical indications protection List.
September 1, 2020 Industry News, News ctma

The Council of the European Union made a decision on July 20th, authorizing the formal signing of the China EU agreement on geographical indications, 100 European geographical indication products in China and 100 Chinese geographical indication products in the European Union will be protected. According to the terms of the agreement, 28 tea geographical indication

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President Xi Jinping sent a congratulation letter to the first International Tea Day
May 22, 2020 Industry News ctma

May 21st this year is the first “International Tea Day” determined by the United Nations. Chinese President Xi Jinping expressed his warm congratulations to the International Tea Day President Xi Jinping pointed out that tea originated from China and becomes popular all over the world. The establishment of the “International Tea Day” by the United

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International Tea Day
May 20, 2020 Industry News ctma

The 74th United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution on December 19th, 2019 which was making May 21st each year as the “International Tea Day The resolution invites the international community to observe International Tea Day in an appropriate manner and in accordance with national priorities, through education and activities aimed at raising public awareness

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Lingyun County develops tea industry to boost locals’ incomes
April 29, 2020 Industry News ctma

People pick spring tea at a tea garden in Lingyun County, south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, April 18, 2020. In recent years, Lingyun County has been committed to developing tea industry, as a way to boost local people’s incomes. By the end of 2019, more than 50,000 tea farmers have benefitted from the tea

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Xi: Balance pandemic, economy
April 4, 2020 Industry News ctma

Ins Instructions issued during tour of Zhejiang address disease prevention work, fulfillment of development goals President Xi Jinping instructed government officials on Wednesday to take more measures to coordinate disease prevention and the resumption of economic production in an effort to fulfill this year’s development goals. Xi, who is also general secretary of the Communist

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Hoplark HopTea Won Big at BevNET Awards for Second Year in a Row
January 13, 2020 Industry News Press Release

HopTea Logo BOULDER, Colo., /PRNewswire/ —  took home the prize of Best New Product in 2019’s BevNET’s Best of Awards for its newest release, The Hoplemousse One. This new flavor combines organic grapefruit juice with the balanced complexity of HopTea to present something truly new to customers. Each HopTea variety is a unique blend of organic tea leaves, Pacific

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5 Ways to Celebrate National Hot Tea Day
January 3, 2020 Industry News Elizabeth Dobos

Tea latte, Earl Grey Hot London Fog Tea Drink with Foamed Milk (Getty Images/Rimma_Bondarenko) January is National Hot Tea Month and January 12 will be the fifth annual National Hot Tea Day in the United States. Tea is the second most consumed beverage on earth after water and can be found in nearly 80% of

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Holiday Tea Traditions
December 17, 2019 Industry News Dan Bolton

Tea has had a role in holiday traditions across the United States and Europe for centuries. English and American Tea Traditions Two centuries ago Christmas Eve halls set for 4,000 were the model of temperance for raucous England. Christmas tea and gingerbread cookies (Getty Images/margouillatphotos) Drinking wine and ale to excess was a widespread tradition

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Salesian College and Rimpocha Tea Partner to Educate Vulnerable Girls
December 16, 2019 Industry News Dan Bolton

For the month of December, Rimpocha Tea and Salesian College are partnering in a fundraiser created to educate the girls left unemployed, homeless and vulnerable from the closure of several Darjeeling tea estates. Four of Darjeeling’s tea estates have failed, placing in jeopardy thousands of tea workers who receive not only depend on a daily

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Fortnum & Mason Profits from Innovation
December 16, 2019 Industry News Aravinda Anantharaman

Fortnum & Mason storefront in old town London. (Photo by Elisa Rolle) Venerable , one of the world’s oldest tea brands, retains its retail vibrancy. Sales of the UK-brand are up 12% to £138 million ($178 million), and profits rose 26% to £12.1 million ($15.9 million) for 12 months ending in mid-July. Coming in the

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