Funding Initiatives at the UN Climate Summit are Vital to Tea Lands | Funding Prevention Gives Way to Funding Climate Repairs | Bangladesh Production Rebounds After Strike | A Tea Tourism Handbook Elevates Immersive Travel | PLUS Tea Biz explores exotic Jeju Island off the southern coast of South Korea where Wild Orchard Regenerative Tea is grown.
Pricing Tea in a Slogging Economy | Indicators Suggest a Recession is Imminent | The International Tea Academy Awards its First “Leafies” | Sales of Herbal Infusions are Expected to Double this Decade | Plus Canadian Economist Sylvain Charlebois sees a lot of positives for the tea industry but cautioned that inflation is an economic disease that will linger.
Peak Holiday Season Predictions: Experts Anticipate Holiday eTailing to Top $1 Trillion | Bangladesh Tea Workers Strike Nationwide | Green Tea is Good for the Gut | PLUS Together for H2OPE | Numi Organic Tea is partnering with two organizations, Waves for Water and MPOWERD to raise $1 million to provide clean, safe drinking water and solar-powered lights and charging devices to up to 550,000 displaced Ukrainians.
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.
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.