China is experiencing shifts in the areas where tea is grown and processed. These shifts, in turn, can affect the quantities and characteristics of the teas produced. It also opens the door to new developments in tea styles. These factors will influence the volumes and pricing of Chinese teas exported, and ultimately shape consumer preferences for Chinese teas.
As stay at home orders are slowly lifting across the country, what does that mean for tea and coffee houses? How can you re-open, follow all the guidelines, and instill confidence in your staff and customers? Bob Duprey, founder of the hospitality training platform, Restaurant Playbooks, shares his playbook for successfully re-opening.
World Tea is accepting entries now through June 30, 2020 for the annual World Tea “Best of the Industry” Awards!
In early March, we decided to postpone World Tea Conference + Expo (WTCE) from June to October 15 through 18, 2020. We are still looking forward to hosting the event in Denver, Colorado. I am optimistic we will have a great meeting of the industry in 2020.