Tea

A tea plantation in Bandung, Indonesia. Pic: getty/antosetiawan

Tea production rises: but FAO warns of climate change threat

By Rachel Arthur

Global production of black tea is projected to rise annually by 2.2% over the next decade, while green tea is predicted to grow by 7.5% a year. But tea is highly sensitive to changes in growing conditions – and many tea-growing countries will be ‘heavily...

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Tea trends: RTD, cold-brew and energy innovations

By Rachel Arthur

Innovations in RTD tea, cold-brew and kombucha are attracting attention: but hot tea also remains an important driver of innovation in the global tea category, according to Mintel.

The tea leaves are sourced from China's Shaanxi province on the Daba Mountain where they grow at high altitudes. ©GettyImages/start0

Tea importer strikes deal to bring rare Chinese tea to US

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Cha Gardens has introduced a low-yield high-end tea, grown at an altitude of 2,100 to 2,300 meters in China’s Daba Mountain region, to the US market: available in select fine dining restaurants and online.

Coca-Cola launches Fuze Tea in Europe

Coca-Cola launches Fuze Tea in Europe

By Rachel Arthur

Coca-Cola is rolling out one of its fastest growing brands - the low calorie premium iced tea, Fuze Tea - in Europe this month. In the UK the drink will escape the upcoming sugar tax thanks to its use of the sweetener stevia.

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