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Retailers Brace for Recession | Indicators Signal a Global Downturn is Already Pressuring Retail | Kenya Tea Prices Rebound, Smallholders Anticipate Big July Bonus | Pakistan Asks Citizens to Cut Back on Tea | PLUS Millennia Tea in New Brunswick, Canada, sells raw tea leaves as food.

Tea News for the week ending June 24

| Indicators signal global downturn already pressuring retail
| Kenya Tea Prices Rebound, Smallholders Anticipate Big July Bonus
| Pakistan Asks Citizens to Cut Back on Tea
| PLUS Millennia Tea in New Brunswick, Canada sells raw tea leaves as food. The leaves are washed, chopped, formed into cubes and frozen to be brewed as fresh green tea or blended in smoothies.

Caption: Co-founder + CEO Tracy Bell and husband Cory in Sri Lanka

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Editor | Publisher | Podcaster | Consultant | Journalist Dan is the founder of Tea Journey Magazine, the Tea Biz Podcast and Blog, and a contributing editor at STiR coffee and tea. He is the former editor and publisher of Tea Magazine, former editor and publisher of World Tea News, and former editor-in-chief at Specialty Coffee Retailer, then headquartered in San Francisco. Dan has traveled the tea lands, speaking on retail beverage trends in Canada and the United States and at conferences in Europe, China, India, Australia, the Middle East, South America, and Africa.