Ppt on tea production in india

Industrial Revolution. Burning Coal In the century between 1750 and 1850, people increasingly used coal to burn for heat and to capture that heat to run.

Yet, no industrial revolution. Self-sufficient Proto-industrialization Unlike American slaves and serfs in Eastern Europe, Chinese peasants were free to choose what products to grow and how to allocate family labor. Increasingly, peasants who migrated to more/had to find something else to trade for tea. In 1773, the British governor-general of India had established an opium monopoly in Bengal. Opium was used for medicinal purposes, smoking it was prohibited in China. Nevertheless, the British gave out free/


A Holistic Sustainability Assessment of Tea Farms in Southern India with RISE_1.0 (Response Inducing Sustainability Evaluation) Contacts:

12 indicators Figure: Variation of the 12 indicators as calculated by the model RISE 1.0 for 13 tea farms in India Social situation Social security Salaries below the minimum living wage Figure 2: RISE -polygon of a specific/-Identify ways to improve the present situation; including: expansion of the tea production without risks on sustainability Conclusion Social security and economic efficiency are not sustainable in the analyzed sample Biodiversity, plant protection, economic stability and the working /


1 TATA Tea Group 2008/2009 Results Presentation Peter Unsworth.

National launch of Tetley Infusions (iced tea concentrate sachets) in Canada Test market launch of T!on juice drink in India Innovation Drives Category Growth TATA Tea Group 2008/09 14 Tea: National launch of Tetley Red Tea in Canada National launch of Good Earth Organic teas in UK Coffee: National launch of Good Earth Organic Coffee in USA Expansion of Product Portfolio TATA Tea Group 2008/09 15 The Business Strategy - Brands/


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carries out massive training exercises for its ~14 Lakh employees It has around 291 training centers located across India which provide specialized training to its employees It has a total capacity to provide refresher training to nearly 4/PHC Painting and essay competitions in rural government schools Pamphlets at tea shops to explaining RPLI products School Tea Shop Temple Bazaar Kiosks at weekly bazaar for insurance literacy Marketing at locations such as local taparis (tea shops), weekly bazaars, bus /


January 11, 2003 Global Tea Industry Lenore Weich.

Oolong Pouchong Black Processing Time Source: Encyclopedia Britannica Alternatives to Tea 4 While total per capita beverage consumption remained flat, per capita tea consumption declined 8% from 1995-2000 In contrast, Bottled water consumption grew 50% over the same period Equitable global data not uncovered Source: Food Processing 2001 World Tea Production 5 India: 840 Data in thousands of metric tons China: 670 Sri Lanka: 290 Kenya/


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Topics in nutrition and food science. Dr M. Altamimi 1.

oolong tea. Green tea is nonfermented processed tea, in which polyphenols in fresh tea leaves are less oxidized. Black tea and oolong tea are enzymatically fermented tea, with black tea being the most fermented and oolong tea partially fermented (or so called semifermented). 153 Tea polyphenols The functional properties of tea are believed to be due to tea polyphenols. The principal tea polyphenols are tea catechins. Catechin has been accepted as a quality indicator of green tea products/


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Introduction  Green tea has become a very popular drink worldwide because of its health benefits attributed to high polyphenol (~30 %) and l-theanine.

b Department of Plantation Products, Spices and Flavour Technology Central Food Technological Research Institute (CSIR), Mysore 570 020, India c Department of Biotechnology, National Institute of Technology, Warangal 506 004, India Email: subbu@cftri.res.in  The extraction conditions were optimized with equal focus on polyphenols recovery and l-theanine recovery  The conditions standardized also co-extracted other tea components responsible for tea cream formation which/


Chapter -13.1 TEA COMPILED BY CHEF REETU UDAY KUGAJI 1.

CHEF REETU UDAY KUGAJI PRODUCERS & EXPORTERS COMPILED BY CHEF REETU UDAY KUGAJI 3 The main producers & exporters of tea are SOUTH ASIA- INDIA, SRILANKA. FAR EAST- CHINA, TAIWAN. AFRICA- KENYA, UGANDA, MOZAMBIQUE, TANZANIA. SOUTH AMERICA- PARAGUAY, ARGENTINA./expert tea blenders would sample the tea by tasting & examining the leaf. The assessment is then compared to the cost of the tea. Most of the teas available are blends of teas. Blending is highly skilled job to ensure that a standard product in quality,/


Where India has come from to become a major food exporter: Lessons for East Africa Ram C. Chaudhary Chairman, Participatory Rural Development Foundation,

world and 300 m poors, 900 m vibrant middle class as stabilizer & power-house of India. Trends in Food grains production: 1973 - 201 1 Productivity (kg/ha) growth in India over last 40 years (1970 to 2010) Crop1970 – 19711990 – 19912010 – 2011 Rice1,/food imports Sugar, Palm oil, Rice, Wheat, Maize etc. Agricultural Export value104 million US$ Major agricultural exports Coffee, Tea etc. Tanzania: Brief profile, 2012 ItemValue Country area (km 2 )94,730,000 Population46,218,000 Agricultural population33,615/


19th Century Imperialism: Asia. India: Jewel in the Crown.

Connection British were determined to find a product that the Chinese would buy in large quantitiesBritish were determined to find a product that the Chinese would buy in large quantities The Tea-Opium Connection Product?Product? OPIUM!OPIUM! Great Britain floods China with opium from India (Why India?)Great Britain floods China with opium from India (Why India?) 1835 – 12 million Chinese addicted The Tea-Opium Connection The Qing emperor demands the/


Lecture 2 – it is not money that makes the world go round. It is Natural Products!

after the Portuguese, then Dutch and finally the British developed their spice businesses. The British presence in India and Sri Lanka was important in developing their tea industries. The only significant producer of tea at that time was China. The 19th century link to opium Following on from spices – the new high value Natural Product Tea Coffea arabica is a native of Ethiopia and it was grown/


Department of Telecommunication Govt. Of India. Media Partner CMAI PRESENTS 6 TH NATIONAL TELECOM AWARDS 2012 Supported by Dainik Bhaskar Group 8 TH MAY.

Integrators. National Telecom Awards 2012 will go on-air exclusively on STAR News The Rendezvous The Agenda Registration & tea 4.00 - 5.00 PM Round table conference on 5.00-6.00PM -Telecom: Going GREEN Without Envy/Excellence in Device Strategies Emerging Telecom Services Company Innovation in Turnkey Solution Products Award Categories Best VAS Provider Emerging Telecom VAS Provider Excellence in Innovation in Tower Management Best Mobile Designing in India Excellence in Battery Manufacturing Innovation in /


Special Products and Special Safeguard Mechanism Mehnaz Ajmal.

, poultry and animal husbandry which accounts for 30% of production – 6%  Commercial crops i.e. jute, tea, coffee, oil seeds and sugarcane – increase at lower rate  Overall – 3% Annual growth rate at constant price (%) Trade and Agriculture  India in order to protect and support its farmers in the era of trade liberalization, which has caused changes in the world prices, have reformed many policies from import/


TEA & TRADE A History of Tea & Trade from 2700 BCE to 19 th Century CE.

brought them home and tea spread from there (where is there?) The exact origin of tea (Camellia sinensis) is somewhere east of the Himalayans, probably in present day China or India (1) Some suggest tea was consumed by Homo /tea”, “the father of tea” and even the “deity of tea” (2) (7) The subsequent Song dynasty (960-1126AD) imposes a monopoly on tea trade and establishes the Tea and Horse Agency with the intent of using Sichuan tea to purchase Tibetan war horses (4) Under the Song dynasty, tea production/


FAO /IGG ON TEA WORKING GROUPS – SESSIONS IN MOMBAZA 18/19 July 2011.

Sri Lanka at the 19 th session in New Delhi, India - 2010 ROAD MAP  STATUS OF ADOPTATION OR IMPLEMENTATION OF ISO 3720 MINIMUM QUALITY STANDARD  COLLATION OF DETAILS FROM TEA PRODUCING COUNTRIES  MONITORING ISO 3720 MINIMUM QUALITY STANDARD  TESTING METHODS ADOPTED FOR ANALYSIS  RECOGNITION OF ISO 3720 BY CONSUMER NATIONS 2007200820092010 GLOBAL PRODUCTION (M.Kgs) 3,795386539364067 PRODUCTION GROWTH 7%2%2%3% GLOBAL EXPORTS/


Business Implications of India’s Trade Agreements Tamanna Chaturvedi Consultant Indian Institute of Foreign Trade.

Exports (i) Tariffs and NTMs together imposed on  Oilseeds in Taiwan  Cane Sugar in Bangladesh  Bovine meat in Egypt  Crustaceans in Thailand  Malt extract in USA Bangladesh (ii) Only NTMs  Pepper in Canada  Rice in Nigeria  Oilseeds in USA, Taiwan  Cane sugar in Malaysia, Indonesia  Fish products in USA  Tea in USA Major Export Markets for Herbal Products Germany UK France Switzerland Japan Italy USA India (0.28%) Switzerland France (36.03%) UK(7.37/


Mergers, Foreign Collaborations and Financial Innovations in a Global Economy International Tax Conference on Cross Border Transactions Theme Presentation.

production exported July 2005 Motherson Sumi FCCB Offering EUR 50,300,000 July 2005 Motherson Sumi FCCB Offering EUR 50,300,000 21 Growth Through Consolidation and Inorganic Expansion: Predatory India Inc Large number of companies in India are looking at achieving growth through acquisition of companies in/private equity funds expected to gain ground Private Equity Investments in India ( US$ mn) Source: Business Today, August 2005 26 Case Study 1: Tata Tea’s acquisition of Tetley First Leveraged Buy-out ( Rs/


British Imperialism in India -Indian’s perspectives Written by Ji Yoon Hyun (Group Project: Esther Kim, Tim Lee, Ji Yoon Hyun)

political and economic power, restricted industries such as cotton textiles, the conversion to cash crops reduced food production, causing famines, needed to face away Indian religious and social customs, threatened Indian traditional life  / conclusion of Imperialism in India…  Drained India’s wealth  How? Made India become dependent on British  Forced India to produce mostly cotton and tea (although southern American colonies soon produced better, cheaper cotton)  Also destroyed India’s handicraft and/


PREFERENCE FOR TEA AMONG CONSUMERS AND RETAILERS FM - 216.

REASONS TO CHOOSE THE TOPIC - VAST TEA MARKET IN INDIA - LARGE NUMBER OF COMPETITORS COMPANY PROFILE EVEREADY INDUSTRIES INDIA LIMITED ESTABLISHED IN 1905 SUPERIOR PRODUCT QUALITY AND WORLD – CLASS PERFORMANCE No. 1 BRAND OF BATTERIES AND TORCHES TAGLINE – ‘GIVE ME RED’ – PROMISES EMPOWERMENT TO YOUNG CONSUMERS PRODUCTS i) DRY CELL BATTERIES ii) FLASHLIGHTS iii) PACKET TEA iv) MOSQUITO REPELLENT PRODUCT PROFILE A BEVERAGE PACKET TEA – ‘GREENDALE’ TWO KINDS – i) DUST/


PROPOSAL ON THE FORMATION OF A WORKING GROUP ON ORGANIC TEA CCP:TE 12/CRS 5.

:  Exchange information, including:  Developing and/or agreeing to GAP in production; and  Harmonizing certification.  Develop strategies in selecting tea varieties based on market demand and agronomic suitability  Generally agreed that the terms of reference should include:  Generation of market information for organic tea;  Technological requirements; and  Certification for smallholder, medium and estate tea production.  India identified to coordinate and collate information.  Proposed terms of/


The Common Fund for Commodities Partner in Commodity Development.

& Documentation needed 19 Financed Projects in the Tea industry 20 Development production and trade of organic tea – China and India – FIGT 04 – in cooperation with FAO, IFOAM and Indian Tea Board Developed, on a pilot basis, the technology and techniques for organic tea production Set up of modern farms in China and India Model farms established in:  Zhejiang province; Fujian Province, Guangdon province in China  Assam, Darjeeling, Anamalai in India Developed appropriate export strategies and/


Choose Your Own Time Travel Adventure! As an official in the British East India Company.

in the British East India Company Year: 1857 Place: Bombay, India You have been hired as an official in the British East India Company (BEIC) that rules over India. You will be given an area of land to govern the native population as they grow tea for the company. Your job is to keep the company profitable, make sure that tea production/ switch some of your tea groves to poppy production ? Choice One Yes, I will begin to grow poppies. There is lots of money to be made in their production and the point of /


WORLD HISTORY Teacher: Ron Coleman Grade: 10. California Standards 10.1 Students relate the moral and ethical principles in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy,

a A)dynamo. B) cartel. C) spark plug. D) light bulb. 3. a method of production in which workers add parts to a product that moves along a belt A)the assembly line B) immigrant labor C) interchangeable parts 4. Created /sold tea to European merchants prior to the 1800s. Trade Deficits – China accepted only silver in payment by China for tea which resulted in trade deficits for England. Opium - British merchants began making huge profits by trading opium grown in India for Chinese tea, which was popular in /


Investment opportunities in Assam Government of Assam 25/03/2014 Shri. Rajesh Prasad, IAS Commissioner of Industries & Commerce, Assam.

for inter and intra regional connectivity Government of Assam Proximity to SAARC & ASEAN Countries Gateway to the North Eastern India Corridor to South East Asia Nearest to the Fastest Growing Economies of Asia – China, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, / tourist destination Tourism THRUST AREA FOR INVESTMENT IN ASSAM  Size  Less than 30% of the food products are processed  80% of these constitute the Primary Food Processing (packaged milk, milled flour and rice, tea, spices, etc.)  Packaging of perishables/


Darjeeling Tea - A Geographical Indication (GI). WORLD TEA SCENARIO - 2010.

2-3 hours per day on the Internet, and has maximum buying potential Objectives To push traffic to the India Tea website To arouse curiosity in Tea and Indian origin brands, promoting interaction with the online assets and the website To continually disseminate information about India Tea, and keep it top of mind for the domestic consumer Online registration and licensing of importers for the certification/


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Description of investment strategies used in Trader

India Folio China and India Rosneft NK OAO (MCX:ROSN) Uralkaliy OAO NK Rosneft’ OAO (Oil Company Rosneft OJSC) is a Russia-based company engaged in exploration, development, production and sale of crude oil and gas, as well as refining, transportation and sale of petroleum products in the Russian Federation and in/of still beverages such as waters, enhanced waters, juices and juice drinks, ready-to-drink teas and coffees, and energy and sports drinks. It also owns and markets non-alcoholic sparkling beverage/


The British In India.

Raj Building Projects During Raj, British built railroads, roads, canals in India By 1910, India had fourth-largest railroad network in world British invested in transportation to move troops; help sell British products Raj Commerce India important market for British manufactured goods Also source of raw materials like cotton, tea, indigo, jute Taxes from Indian landowners paid for administration of India, Indian army Raj Impact British manufactured goods devastated/


Panel 5: Policy Issues and Initiatives in Low and Middle Income Countries Tuesday November 15 (4:00- 5:30) 12 th Symposium on Development and Social Transformation.

Symposium on Development and Social Transformation The Tea Sector  Tea – a major plantation crop in India, China, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Indonesia, Turkey, Japan, Vietnam  Annual global production : 3064 mkg (in 2002)  Area : 2.65 mn ha; Avg yield : 1157 kg/ha (in 2002)  Primary markets (auctions) in India (9), Colombo, Mombasa, Jakarta, Limbe, Chittagong  World exports : 1439 mkg (in 2002)  Major consumers are India, China, Russia/CIS, UK, Pakistan, USA, Iraq/


Jan 2013.

the world economy would expand 2.4 percent in 2013, little higher than the 2.3 percent achieved in 2012. Union Commerce Ministry claimed that India has crossed One Billion Mark in Tea Production The Union Commerce Ministry of India in the third week of January 2013 released figures and it mentioned that tea-industry in India had passed the one billion kilogram mark production. This target has been crossed by the/


Chp 25: Human Geography of South Asia. 4 sub regions of South Asia India India Pakistan & Bangladesh Pakistan & Bangladesh Nepal & Bhutan Nepal & Bhutan.

and PakistanEx: Kashmir—fighting over territory between India and Pakistan Economics Large populations Large populations Primarily agricultural based economies Primarily agricultural based economies Subsistence farmingSubsistence farming Hindered by seasonal monsoons, drought, cyclones and low yieldsHindered by seasonal monsoons, drought, cyclones and low yields Most productive in Pakistan through irrigation from the Indus RiverMost productive in Pakistan through irrigation from the Indus River Rice, cotton/


Stimulant Beverages There are only a few commonly consumed beverages that have a stimulant effect. They are: coffee, tea, chocolate and certain soft drinks.

-2 inches (tip leaves) of the mature plant are picked. Tea production China800,000 tons India820,000 tons Kenya328,000 tons Sri Lanka309,000 tons Turkey205,500 tons Global total3.2 million tons Health effects of tea The catechins in green and white tea may have antibiotic effects, resulting from disrupting bacterial DNA replication. Green tea has been reported to reduce growth rate of breast cancer/


INDIA’S FOREIGN TRADE POLICY 2009-14 By Cybex Exim Solution Pvt Ltd.

for Tea Exports: INDIA’S FOREIGN TRADE POLICY 2009-14 Export Obligation Period for advance authorizations issued increased from existing 6 months to 36 months. Pharma sector included under MLFPS for countries in Africa and Latin America & some countries in Oceania and Far East. Cybex Exim Solution Pvt Ltd. Announcements for Pharma Exports : INDIA’S FOREIGN TRADE POLICY 2009-14 The claims under Focus Product Scheme/


Change Management – A HR Perspective Dr Ravikumar Stephen J www.fablar.in.

& at ALSTOM India (HEAVYWEIGHT TEAM of CDG Product Cell) a week-long Team Initiative turned around the company without any capital investment. Heavyweight Teams RECRUIT ONLY FROM THE SAME VERTICAL. Mind-set of the Knowledge-based Companies Story of Darjeeling Tea In 1834 the then Governor General of British India Lord William Bentinck appointed a Tea Committee to advise on feasibility of commercial tea cultivation in India. In 1835, a/


Unit 3, Notes 1 Vocabulary Commerce: extensive trade; the buy and sell of goods on a large scale Commercial Revolution: a shift in human trade tendencies.

most powerful company possessing both political and military powers along with its economic powers; established Hong Kong and Singapore; cultivated production of tea and coffee in India Unit 3, Notes 1 Vocabulary Mercantilism mercantilism: economic system of the 17 th and 18 th centuries in which national governments regulated trade to increase the flow of bullion (gold and silver) into their nations Principles of mercantilism/


Fast Moving Consumer Goods Learning Objectives FMCG Evolution Analysis of FMCG Sector Scope of FMCG sector Growth Prospects Recent Development in FMCG.

growing industries in India. According to the AC Nielsen India study, the industry grew 5.3% in value between 2004 and 2005. What are FMCGs? What are FMCGs? Things like butter, potato chips, toothpastes, razors, household care products, packaged/machines, etc. coming under the category of White Goods in FMCG;Food and health beveragesbranded flourbranded sugarcanebakery products such as bread, biscuits, etc.,milk and dairy products,beverages such as tea, coffee,juices,bottled water etc,snack food, chocolates,/


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Ganges. You cannot miss Sailing on the Ganges if you are in Allahabad, Varanasi. www.indiatravelagent.net Tea Gardens of India More than 15000 tea gardens, India is one of the largest producer of tea. Darjeeling, Munnar, Assam, Kerala is world famous for Tea production. Darjeeling- The queen of hill station. 1 st tea gardens recognized by the British in the mid 19 th century. There are two best season/


ON TOPIC: “INDUSTRIES IN INDIA” G ROUP M EMBERS  Raj deep Dutta  Sahzad Alam  Satyam Shah  Umesh Kumar.

in India is one of the larger markets in the world and had previously been one of the fastest growing globally, but is now seeing flat or negative growth rates. Indias passenger car and commercial vehicle manufacturing industry is the sixth largest in the world, with an annual production of more than 3.9 million units in/understand its contributions to human health, and advise its regular consumption in Western diets.Tea catechins have known anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective activities, help to regulate /


Executive Director C-DAC Kolkata

for Fermentation E-Nose Software for aroma Detection Some Applications of ENOVISION Tea Tasting Software E-Vision Software for Fermentation E-Nose Software for aroma Detection This Product is deployed in the following locations in India / aboard TRA, Tocklai, Assam I. KDHP, Munnar, Parry Agro Industries Ltd at Valparai J. Govt. Tea Factory, Tripura Malankara Tea Estate at Kottayam UPASI-TRF at Valparai K. IHBT, Palampur Harrison/


2004 Business Opportunities In Sri Lanka Presentation by Ambassador Devinda R. Subasinghe Sri Lankas Ambassador to the US.

to the US. Sri Lanka also exports green tea. Sri Lankas Imports from the US Cereals (wheat)Cereals (wheat) Electrical machineryElectrical machinery Fabrics and yarnsFabrics and yarns TobaccoTobacco Paper and paper boardPaper and paper board Rubber productsRubber products ChemicalsChemicals AutomobilesAutomobiles PlasticsPlastics Major US Companies Operating in Sri Lanka Major US Companies Operating in Sri Lanka The Limited Inc.The Limited Inc. Caterpillar PowerCaterpillar Power/


Trade and Markets Division Colombo, Sri Lanka, 30 January – 1 February 2012 INTERGOVERNMENTAL GROUP ON TEA A Demand Analysis for the Tea Market.

For this study we used the AIDS approach. The analysis covered five tea markets: China, India, Japan, the UK, the United States. 5 Trade and Markets / therefore restricted to three products of the beverages group, namely, black tea, green tea, and coffee. Information was gathered from different sources: FAO world tea database, Comtrade, IMF,/ utilizing comprehensive information of all competing beverages in order to establish the nature and magnitude of the changes in consumer choices, if any. If such /


Prof. Rene Kemp & Jacinta Ndichu UNU-MERIT Dakar, Nov 25, 2013

evident RE Adoption: Findings from Nigeria In Nigeria, solar is the main technology marketed Other RETs distributed by firms dealing in solar, but to a less extent Origins of RETs adopted in Ke & Nig China and India are the main sourcing countries **role /.g. Barclays club in Ghana, Nigeria & Kenya Case study: RET Adoption in Kenya’s Tea Sector General Context of Kenya’s Tea Sector Kenya is 3rd tea producer & 1st exporter of tea in the world; contributed 26% of Kenya’s Forex in 2012 Production is by 565,000/


REPORT OF THE WG ON TEA BREW DR T C CHAUDHURI & PROF ZANGMAO CHEN J. SIMRANY Coordinator.

management system to replace those proving to be unsustainable in the world of tea production. WG reviewed the developments at Mombasa, 18- 19 July 2011 and suggested continuation of efforts. ACTIVITIES India and China submitted data to JMPR for Cypermethrin residue with its transfer value in tea brew as part of risk analysis while MRL was viewed. Also India and Srilanka continued to generate more data dossiers/


The Tea Crisis in India Situation of Tea Plantation Labourers in North Bengal.

being closed down. MNCs such as Unilever have bargained to increase the FDI in tea in India Today Unilever controls 40% of the domestic tea market Profit maximization leading to increase in prices, wage cuts and downsizing labour. Estate owners cutting costs further by/Swadhikar works on the protection of rights of the workers in the area with special focus on the rights of children in the area. They are trying to bring changes in production relations through education, training, self help, advocacy. Jagron /


Mergers & Acquisitions between India and Europe

in India Trends in Indian outbound M&A Considerations in European deals Increased corporate activity Indian corporates aspiring to become market leaders in their business segments not only in India but also globally Growth drivers Strong growth in demand leading to increased utilisation of existing capacity Product/ for USD 207.0 million (2003) Tata Tea acquires Tetley Tea for USD 430.0 million (2000) Increasing leverage Target Debt/EBITDA levels in Western Europe Debt/EBITDA Total Debt on target/EBITDA/


INTERGOVERNMENTAL GROUP ON TEA MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUPS ON GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS TEA TRADE AND QUALITY AND MAXIMUM RESIDUE LEVELS Rome, 20 – 22.

WGMRLs. Proposal for an action plan and recommendations 14:15China India United States 15:00Tea break 15:30Discussion 16:45Summary 17:00End/ for black tea. Reduction of under specified teas in trade; Impact on price; Consumer preference; Identification of quality tea markets. Team/in instances where they chose to develop and implement GIs. Assessment of such provision and areas of improvement in keeping with Trips obligations - (To be assisted by WIPO/legal experts) Member countries to present products/


Twenty First Session of FAO/IGG ON TEA

India Obtained Govt. approval Signed Resolution Founder member Obtained cabinet approval and completed the process Sri Lanka Kenya Response is awaited Malawi Rwanda Pending Indonesia Iran Bangladesh Consented to be founder member Tanzania Burundi --- Zimbabwe Consent of Producer Countries Sri Lanka Tea Production AGRO-CLIMATIC TEA GROWING REGIONS OF SRI LANKA Tea Production – Elevation Wise Source : Sri Lanka Tea Board SRI LANKA TEA PRODUCTION/: Sri Lanka Tea Board AREA OF TEA PLANTED IN SRI LANKA Elevation /


‘What do the villagers produce in Chembakolli?’. Produced in Chembakolli… 1 2 3 4 5.

to find out … Tea in Chembakolli… Adivasi people started the production of tea in Chembakolli. Adivasi means ‘first people’ and they have lived in the Nilgiri Hills surrounding the village for over a thousand years. Tea is one of the most popular drinks in Chembakolli. The villagers of Chembakolli grow tea called Pure Nilgiri Tea, which is grown in the nearby Nilgiri Hills.  As a custom, in India, Black tea is taken with milk/


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