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Tea News for the week ending Apr. 15

| Now is the Time to “Invest in Our Planet”
| Smallholders Now Own Rwanda’s Largest Tea Factory
| Mombasa Tea Auction Completes its Switch to Digital
| PLUS Ukraine’s only tea garden is producing tasty oolongs from cold-resistant plants that have survived decades of heavy snow during long winters at temperatures as low as 26 degrees below zero Celsius.

Caption: Georgian rootstock (pictured) was used to seed Ukraine’s cold-resistant Transcarpathian tea plantings during the 1950s.

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