Tea

Stokes to triple wholesale business

Stokes, the coffee and tea supplier and cafe operator in Lincoln, has long term plans to open more sites and further expand its wholesale business into the hotel and restaurant sector.

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In other news....

UK Barista Champion unveiled....Compass crowns matcha smackdown winner...Hospitality businesses help WaterAid....Pret a Manger opens self-service filtered water stations.  

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What is the future for the tea market?

Beverage Business World has asked the leading lights of the tea market to give us their predictions for the future.

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Top 10 facts you didn't know about tea

Tea has been the staple beverage of the UK for many years. But do you know how tea came to the UK, what the market is worth out of home and what are the future trends? Beverage Business World reports.

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Jing is riding the wave as quality tea hits mainstream

Founder of Jing Tea Ed Eisler has said that millennials are looking for something different but there is still more education needed.

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Tea workshops unveiled at European Coffee, Tea & Soft Drinks Expo

Leading tea brands teapigs, Clipper Teas, Roqberry Tea and Nazani Tea are to run exhibitor workshops at European Coffee, Tea & Soft Drinks Expo.

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Boston Tea Party: Tea is as ‘cool’ as coffee

Boston Tea Party explains why it offers 19 loose leaf teas at its 22 sites.

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As the appetite for mass-produced low-quality tea is weakening…premium tea is on the rise

Diaz Ayub, National Tea Day Founder and Tea Futurist explains how there is a 'significant shift' in tea consumption.

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Product Bulletin

New Scottish Matcha tea boasts superfood benefits....Little Miracles launches ice tea in Tetra Paks....Tea paired with Whisky in new infusion

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Why is Bubble Tea taking the UK by storm?

Bubble Tea operators are targeting the UK market. We spoke to Bubbleology, Chatime and Tea & Bun about their success with Bubble Tea. Michelle Perrett reports.

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Reusable cups 'can be breeding ground' for dangerous bacteria

Research by microbiologists at Aston University have revealed that antimicrobial reusable coffee cups are safer to use than ordinary plastic reusable cups.

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Tetley responds to wellness trend with Super Tea Envelope launch

Tetley launches new Super Tea Envelope range into foodservice.

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