MISIONES, Argentina Argentina, one of the world’s top tea exporters and a primary supplier of black tea for U.S. consumption, is experiencing a troublesome harvest now well underway. In 2018, Argentina was the largest supplier of tea by volume to the United States. During the first eleven months of the year imports to the U.S.
World Tea News asked beverage professionals from several segments to peer into the New Year. Here is what they see: The Tea market will continue to face four key issues in 2020. Supply and Demand Supply continues to outstrip demand and history has proven that if tea prices rise, the producers will manufacture more tea
Taxing tea was disruptive. Ample warning and centuries of goodwill lessened the impact, but deeply entrenched trade relationships remain unsettled in 2020. Constraints on free trade continue to threaten the global industry. In September, after months of escalation, the United States imposed a 15% tariff that swept Chinese tea and coffee into a trade war
Tea Council of the USA (PRNewsFoto/THE TEA COUNCIL OF THE USA) (PRNewsFoto/The Tea Council of the USA, Inc.) NEW YORK, Jan. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — It’s no secret that wellness dominated and defined the 2010s, with tea bolstering itself as a better-for-you beverage and household staple that offers more than just a delicious sip. As we enter
(Getty Images/Mykyta Dolmatov) World Tea News readers have demonstrated that they like articles about trends, the top tea exporter, health benefits of tea and herbs, and market analysis. Here are the top five World Tea News articles of 2019 as chosen by our readers. Journalist Dan Bolton analyses the tea industry challenges and trends of
Acquires the Live Experience Assets (including Live Design), Club Industry and World Tea Expo World Tea Expo NEW YORK, Dec. 03, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ’s mission is to create a world-class information services business by advancing companies who help people live longer, healthier and better lives through the Experience Economy. Questex announces it is acquiring
Green tea (Getty Images/orinoco-art) Green tea is an important segment within the $2.58 billion specialty tea category, according to the Tea Association of the USA, representing about 15% of total consumption, although it skews much higher in Asian populations and is gaining popularity in the ready-to-drink segment. Green tea is highly regarded and rapidly growing
Portland, Ore.-based rebranded, repackaged and renewed its commitment as a certified B Corp this fall. “We are bringing back tea as a cultural catalyst,” announces the new campaign. “Tea is quiet, predictable, and tame. Stash on the other hand… Well, were a little unhinged. And we’ve always been.” (Image credit: Stash Tea) Brand Manager Carla