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An interview with the Sri Lanka Tea Board

26th November 2015

Sri Lanka Tea Board chairman Rohan Pethiyagoda discusses the challenges facing the country’s traditional trade sector.

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Sri Lanka to allow tea imports within regulatory framework

26th November 2015

Sri Lanka plans to liberalize the tea industry through allowing tea to be imported into the country within a regulatory framework, Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake said delivering the budget 2016 speech at the Parliament.

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Tea export revenue down 3 percent in April-August

18th November 2015

Hit by lower global tea prices, revenue from tea exports in India during April-August this year fell by nearly three percent at USD 225.76 million even though export volume in this period grew by 4.35 million kg (mkg).

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New chairman appointed to Sri Lanka Tea Board

17th October 2015

Minister of Plantation Industries Navin Dissanayake has appointed Rohan Pethiyagoda as the new Chairman of Sri Lanka Tea Board.

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Tea beverages on the rise

02nd September 2015

Americans are seeking out prepared beverages in the local store cooler to meet many different needs. Mintel reports that tea drinks are now becoming a major contender in the race among single serve drinks in the local cooler. Tea beverage sales have grown significantly in the last four years.

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Tea that could prevent colon cancer!!

18th August 2015

Why green tea could prevent colon cancer, Compounds prevent rogue cells that could lead to polyps from developing.

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Kenya’s loss of tea output could mean India’s gain

06th August 2015

A whopping 50 million kg (mkg) loss in production in Kenya due to drought in the first half of current calendar has thrown open a fresh opportunity for exports of Indian tea.

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Is Britain falling out of love with tea?

05th August 2015

Britons could soon have to find another pastime to fill the mid-afternoon slot as demand for the classic cup of tea cools. They are drinking 22pc less tea than they were five years ago as a coffee shop culture and the death of the biscuit turn customers away from the cuppa.

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