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Premium brew Darjeeling tea falls 28% YoY
The second-flush tea has been auctioned at a price of Rs 403.92 per kg this week.
Output of Darjeeling tea likely to fall 20%
In early March, Darjeeling teas had fetched Rs 3,500 per kg against Rs 1,500 a year ago in privat...
Darjeeling tea rates up 43% as demand rises
Mohan said the rising cost of production is a major concern for planters.
Planters propose Lankan model to check entry of Nepal teas
Nepalese teas are similar in appearance to the Darjeeling varieties and are much cheaper.
Darjeeling tea growers tap US, East Europe markets
The trade is also exploring eastern European markets and the US.
Supply snags deter foreign buyers of Darjeeling tea
These teas are more delicate and tender and therefore more light, floral, fresh, brisk and astringent in flavour.
Darjeeling planters claim tea imported from Nepal is not FSSAI-compliant
Tea from Nepal look similar to Darjeeling tea and even packet tea players and blenders find it difficult to tell them apart.
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Christened ‘Tea Nine’, the boutique offers refreshing cup of different teas for different moods coupled with delectable munchies which includes sandwiches, pastas, burgers and all day delights made in open kitchen.
Darjeeling tea planters upbeat over good first-flush rates
Of the annual Darjeeling tea production of 8.5 million kg, nearly 1.7 million kg is first flush teas.
Darjeeling tea belt heads towards a rough terrain
If not settled by 10th March, this grievance may cause major turmoil with enough potential to ruin the coming high value first-flush output.
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CIPAM is an arm of the department of industrial policy and promotion (DIPP).
Fund-starved Darjeeling tea companies face an existential crisis
Lenders are reluctant as the planters either do not have existing stocks to borrow against or they had already exhausted their earlier borrowing limits.
Fresh export demand brews cheer for Darjeeling tea after year of political roil
Generally, more than 80 per cent of the about 8.5 million kg of tea produced in 87 tea estates of Darjeeling every year is exported.
This startup is taking the taste of Darjeeling to the world
Dugarr believed the 200-year-old industry could be infused with change and looked at ways to use technology to streamline processes so that the freshest teas would reach consumers.
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