Bringing black tea back into the spotlight

Although black tea dominates production in the global tea industry, consumption has been declining, however, it is essential for the health and sustainability of the global tea industry to have black tea consumption thrive once again.

Tea at a crossroad

T&CTJ’s annual Global Tea Report, reveals that after more than two years of disruptions severely affecting production, supply chain logistics and out-of-home consumption, tea market operators are taking stock to move forward in 2023.

Coffee prices rise but fall towards end of March

According to the ICO’s latest report, coffee prices rose slightly – up 0.8% – in March versus February, confirming an upward trend over the last five months, representing the highest monthly average since coffee year 2017-18.

Covid-19’s effect on tea origins and production

Last week, the Tea and Herbal Association of Canada (THAC) held a two-day virtual North American Tea Conference under the theme, “The Present Reimagined.” The event offered a strong mix of presentations covering the impact of Covid-19 on Canadian consumption trends, consumer behaviour and purchasing patterns, as well as the pandemic’s effect on the global tea industry.


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