China drought, Hunan Province. Photo courtesy Robert Xiong
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China Heatwave Deadly to Tea and Man

China's summer tea yields decline sharply, and autumn teas are in jeopardy | Bangladesh Tea Workers End Nationwide Strike | Study Shows Tea Drinkers Live a Little Longer | PLUS Alan Lai, founder and CEO of ProfilePrint describes how the company’s prescriptive and predictive digital food analyzer distills in seconds sensory data from plant-based samples creating a digital fingerprint that describes the quality, origin, and composition of tea.

Tea News for the week ending September 2

| China’s Summer Tea Yields Decline Sharply, Autumn Teas are in Jeopardy

| Bangladesh Tea Workers End Nationwide Strike
| Study Shows Tea Drinkers Live a Little Longer
| PLUS Alan Lai, founder and CEO of ProfilePrint describes how the company’s prescriptive and predictive digital food analyzer distills in seconds sensory data from plant-based samples creating a digital fingerprint that describes the quality, origin, and composition of tea. Listen to the interview.

Caption: Tea bushes in Hunan damaged by extreme temperatures. Photo courtesy Robert Xiong.

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1 comment on “China Heatwave Deadly to Tea and Man

  1. T Balamurugan

    Due to climate change?

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