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TWG Expands to Canada
November 1, 2016 Analysis Dan Bolton

TWG Palace Teabag Chest and Tray. SINGAPORE Luxury tea brand will open its first North American Tea Salon & Boutique in early December in Vancouver, British Columbia. The venture, a franchise expansion, will be operated by Tom and Karinna James. It will be the 57th TWG opening since the Singapore-based company began business eight years ago.

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Xiamen Tea Fair
November 1, 2016 Analysis Dan Bolton

Professor Ouyang Daokun, deputy executive director of the China Institute of Tea Business, addresses the World Tea Traders Convention. XIAMEN, China Tea fairs in China differ little from the West—except in scale. The 2016 edition of the in Fujian Province filled massive halls with 1,000 exhibitions covering 645,000 square feet. The late-October event has doubled

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Technavio Ranks Top Herbal Tea Vendors
October 25, 2016 Analysis World Tea News

Market for herbal teas expected to grow 5 percent by 2020. Adagio Teas, Associated British Foods (ABF), Dilmah Tea, ITO EN, Tata Global Beverages, and Unilever top the list of global herbal tea vendors, according to market analysis conducted by Technavio. Other prominent vendors in the market include Alvita, Barry’s Tea, Bigelow Tea, Bettys and

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Caffeine May Lower Older Women’s Risk of Dementia
October 10, 2016 Analysis Stephenie Overman

New research indicates that drinking many cups of tea a day can reduce the onset of dementia and Alzheimer’s in older women. A substantial daily dose of caffeine—the equivalent of five to six cups of tea a day—may help older women lower their odds of dementia or cognitive impairment, according to a study published in

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Penton’s North American Tea Championship Names 15 Winners During Evaluation of Hot Loose-Leaf Teas from Spring Harvest 2016
October 4, 2016 Analysis World Tea News

Some of the Winning Teas Will Be Featured at World Tea Expo in Las Vegas, June 13–15, 2017 Hot tea competitors Fifteen high-quality teas were awarded first-place prizes in several categories during the (NATC) evaluation of spring-harvest 2016 hot teas. The competition, held Sept. 15–16, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nev., was hosted by , organizer

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Farming in the Anthropocene
September 20, 2016 Analysis Dan Bolton

HAMBURG, Germany Tea is a sun-loving leaf and unlike the delicate coffee flowers that bear fruit, leaves are tough little photosynthetic factories that thrive in warming regions of the world. Aziz Elbehri So long as rains remain steady, a longer growing season and greater solar intensity will increase yield, but as with most good things,

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Avoid Kidney Stones, Skip Sugary Drinks
July 11, 2016 Analysis World Tea News

By Stephenie Overman Sweet iced tea is a summer staple. So are warnings about tea and kidney stones. Drinking “an excess amount” of tea can cause stones, Dr. Pooja Singh, a clinical assistant professor in nephrology at Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, told the . Advertisement People who have a genetic predisposition or a family

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Researchers Develop Tea Cream for Stretch Marks
June 13, 2016 Analysis World Tea News

By Stephenie Overman U.K. researchers have developed a topical cream that contains green tea catechins to prevent stretch marks from developing. Science of Skin Ltd.’s Solution for Stretch Marks cream Dr. Douglas McGeorge, a cosmetic surgeon, and Ardeskir Bayat, an academic skin biologist, published the results of their test in the Archives of Dermatological Research.

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