Tag: reinvention

Quentin Vennie
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TAZO Tea Embraces Regenerative Organic | Ingredients in Four TAZO Reformulations are Verified Regenerative | Tea Labor Unrest Escalates in Bangladesh | Canada Requires “High In” Front-of-Pack Nutrition Warning Labels | PLUS Cold-Brewed Calm in a Can | Equitea co-founder Quentin Vinnie discusses three new condition-specific canned, cold-brewed tea blends to ease anxiety and depression, improve focus, and calm young people coping with ADHD.

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India Considers Tough Import Restrictions for Nepal Tea | India and Nepal both Want Review and Revisions of 1950 Friendship Treaty
| IMF Bailout Talks with Sri Lanka to Resume | Kenya’s Ag Minister Reverses the Government’s Position Favoring Mechanization | Plus Aasha Bhandari describes how Asian enthusiasm for golden tips powered Nepalese tea producers through the pandemic.

Emilie Jackson, Emilie's French Teas
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Generation Z and Leisurely Tea | Survey: Gen Z Describes Post-COVID Yearning for Quieter Activities | Retail Frontline Workers in the UK, US, France and Canada Exhausted and Underappreciated | India’s Tea Employment Plateau | PLUS Emilie Jackson, founder of Emilie’s French Teas in Kansas City, Missouri, discusses the ongoing evolution of specialty retail at independent shops and tearooms.

Sri Lanka Tea Board Chair Niraj de Mel
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Bypassing Sanctions is Benefitting India’s Tea Industry | Indian Exports to the Russian Federation in April were up 19% | Reinvention is Routine at Starbucks | South Africa Rooibos Industry Makes First Payout to Indigenous Communities
| PLUS Niraj de Mel, Sri Lanka’s newly appointed tea board chair, is rallying tea stakeholders in the face of formidable challenges.