Archive | July, 2011

QTrade’s World Tea Expo Webcast

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World Tea Expo wraps up a highly successful show | News content from New Hope 360

This article describes this summer’s World Tea Expo as a success. We were heavily involved at the Expo this year, both as sponsors and in the events themselves. We had a representative playing an active role at nearly every event held during the Expo. The article even mentions the fact that we took home a […]

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South Indian Tea Suffers from Arab Spring

Continued political instability in Middle Eastern countries has forced Sub-Saharan tea suppliers to look to new markets for their product. This has, in turn, displaced South Indian teas from some of their traditional export markets. South Indian tea exports down 14 pc in May 2011 – The Economic Times.

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Why is My Iced Tea Cloudy?

This question has confounded tea retailers, homemakers and scientists alike for generations.  With the recent growth in Ready-To-Drink bottled iced tea this has become an increasingly relevant issue.  A recent article shares some insight into this perplexing question. The “Whole Leaf” column in the July 2011  issue of Fresh Cup Magazine features an article written […]

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Goji Berries: Ancient. Chinese. Superfood.

We are pleased to bring you information this week on Goji Berries (Lycium barbarum) one of our most inquired -about products. Goji Berries, also called “Wolfberries” or “Gou Qi Zi,” have been steadily growing in popularity since they were first introduced to the North American market in the mid-1990s. Goji Berries have been well-known in […]

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