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.
Sri Lanka’s Tea Sector Opposes Doubling Corporate Tax | IMF bailout forces the bankrupt government to collect more revenue | Vietnamese Tea Exports Experience Slow Decline | Kenya to Expand its Orthodox Tea Capability | Joydeep Phukan, the Principal Officer and Secretary of India’s Tea Research Association discusses unified agricultural standards for tea fields and factories. The new standards are aligned with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.
AVPA Announces Teas of the World Contest Winners | India Lifts Tea Blending Ban | Low Green Leaf Prices Distress Assam Smallholders | PLUS Nishchal Banskota, founder of the Nepal Tea Collective, shares his vision of a public benefit corporation that shifts the focus to creating value for every stakeholder in tea – not just shareholders.