Two pioneering women in the UK renowned for their artisan beers, coffee and teas, have joined forces to create a new brew.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is proposing comprehensive changes to its Organic Certification Program — regulations that may profoundly affect the coffee and tea industries.
European Speciality Tea Association has launched an online introductory tea education seminar, TEA 101, in collaboration with Australian Tea Masters.
Established in Tokyo in 1985, Teej Co Ltd was one of the first companies to introduce the non-blended, garden-fresh teas to Japan. Teej started sell Darjeeling First Flush teas in early July, about two months later than usual, because of Covid-19-related delays.
UK, Leeds-based digital agency Engage has collaborated with tea and coffee company Taylors of Harrogate to develop an online content hub showcasing its work in sustainability.
Fusion Teas, a locally owned family business in Texas, is reportedly expanding to house rapid growth as more people turn to tea for both its solace and health benefits during the pandemic.
AVPA is organising its third international Teas of the World contest to encourage and support producers in this period of economic recovery.
Steep Echo Tea has announced three new cocktail recipes created with its caffeine free olive leaf tea blends.
Clipper Teas is rewarding its loyal UK tea drinkers with a free illustrated bamboo cup in exchange for four tokens found on special packs of the brand’s Everyday Tea.
The Future Tea & Coffee Summit and Expo 2020 is powered by ProfilePrint, which promises to arm the show with the ability to respond to the absence of taste and touch by utilising AI and fingerprint technology.