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Euromonitor Compares Coffee to Tea Retail Volume

Market researchers last week confirmed a bit of anecdotal evidence evident to every tea retailer. “When it comes to hot beverages, the world is divided in two camps: Coffee drinkers and tea drinkers, and seldom the twain shall meet,” concluded the Huffington Post after reviewing a fascinating Datagraphic from Euromonitor International showing The World’s...

Rabobank Predicts Beverage Growth to Slow

NEW YORK, NY – Slower expansion of the middle class in four fast-developing countries means the “tailwind is moderating, leaving global beverage companies with the task of finding new market opportunities and growth strategies,” according to Rabobank Food & Agribusiness Research. “Back in 2001, when the world was first introduced to the term BRIC,...

Per Capita Tea

It used to be that tea was just tea – 2 grams to be precise, neatly packaged in a 100-count box of tea bags on the grocery shelf. Lipton, Tetley, Red Rose, Twinings, PG Tips, Yorkshire… the brands are too numerous to list but all weighed the same. The 2-gram teabag dictated uniformity. It...

Tea a Top Flavor Trend for 2014 Says McCormick

SPARKS, Md. – Spice and herb manufacturing giant McCormick & Company unveiled the McCormick® Flavor Forecast® 2014: 125th Anniversary Edition last week and tea was a highlight. Each year the company brings together experts from across the globe to select top trends and new flavors that will be important in the food world in...

RTD Tea: Ready for Prime Time

Iced tea is too pure and natural a creation not to have been invented as soon as tea, ice and hot weather crossed paths. —John Egerton, journalist, Atlanta, Ga. Iced tea has been a part of the United States landscape for over a century. The most widely known story of iced tea’s origin occurred...