The Growing Demand for Tea in the US. Why the US Tea Industry Is Seeing Impressive Growth PART 1 OF 5 By Sharon Bailey | Jun 4, 2015 4:08 pm EST The World Tea Expo The World Tea Expo was held from May 6 to May 8 in Long Beach, California.
The World Tea Expo is organized by The Beverage Group, an integrated media company that provides business solutions to the global beverage industry. The trade show had participants from over 50 countries. Fiche etats unis. Etats-Unis : focus sur les comportements... - EnquÃªtes sur la consommation en France. Tendances aliments fonctionnels USA AAC 07 2009. Infographie-the-americain.jpg (JPEG Image, 630 × 3396 pixels) - Scaled (29%) Le thé aux Etats Unis - Boutique de vente en ligne de thé. Le thé (Rapport sur les tendances alimentaires américaines) Tea Fact Sheet. Etiquetage actualisation decembre 2013. State of the Industry. The State of the U.S.
Tea Industry 2015 Tea Market Review Prepared by Peter F. Goggi Tea Association of the U.S.A., Inc. 2015 continued to be a year of growth for the United States tea industry. What Are the Key Categories in the US Tea Industry? Why the US Tea Industry Is Seeing Impressive Growth PART 2 OF 5 By Sharon Bailey | Jun 4, 2015 4:10 pm EST US tea industry Data from the Tea Association of the USA estimates that the wholesale value of the US tea industry grew by 4.1% to reach $10.8 billion in 2014.
The key categories of the US tea segment are: ready-to-drink teatraditional market, which includes supermarkets, drug stores, and mass merchandisersfoodservicespecialty segment. U.S. Tea Market - Statistics & Facts. Tea is the second most widely consumed beverage worldwide, following only water.
In 2015, global tea production amounted to about 5.2 million metric tons. China, India, Kenya, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia ranged among the main tea producers in 2015, based on production volume. China was responsible for about 40 percent of total tea production with 1.98 metric tons that year. When it comes to trade, Pakistan was the major tea importer, with an amount of 151,861 metric tons in 2015. Insight: Organic Tea Imports. Imports of USDA certified organic tea continue to climb with brands including Adagio Tea, Republic of Tea, Mighty Leaf, Celestial Seasons, Rishi Organic Tea, DAVIDsTEA, Teavana and Choice Organic Teas (all offering USDA Certified Organic tea) reporting strong sales.
Honest Tea, which bottles organic ready-to-drink tea, now sells 100 million bottles of tea a year. In May Wendy’s, America’s third largest burger chain, announced it would serve organic green iced tea at 6,500 U.S. locations. The exclusive Mango and Pineapple Green Tea is supplied by Honest Tea which also supplies organic tea to the 250-store Smashburger chain, another reason why organic tea imports are on the rise. The World's Largest Exporters And Importers of Tea. The world’s second-most popular drink, after water, tea is a timeless, aromatic beverage enjoyed by people of all ages throughout the world.
Said to have originated in China as a medicinal drink, tea became very popular in the British Empire during the 17th century, and soon exporting and importing of tea flourished throughout the world. With several health benefits, tea became one of the most consumed products around, as it helps with weight control, reduces high blood pressure, lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease, and even increases bone mineral density. Besides being inexpensive and delicious, tea demonstrates cavity-fighting properties, contains antioxidants, and hs significant antiviral properties, all of which make it popular in the medical industry as well. The consumption of tea has reached three billion cups a day, with varieties of tea produced in Africa, the Near East, South America, and in the Asian region.
Tea Imports by Country. Hot tea in teacup Global purchases of imported tea in 2015 totaled US$5.9 billion.
Overall, the value of tea imports for all importing countries was down by an average -8.6% since 2011 when tea purchases were valued at $6.5 billion.From a continental perspective, Asian countries accounted for the highest dollar worth of imported tea during 2015 with purchases valued at $2.1 billion or 34.9% of the global total. In second place were European Union importers at 24% while 13.9% of worldwide tea imports were delivered to customers in Africa. U.S. tea imports from selected countries of origin 2013. Tea Fact Sheet. Le thé (Rapport sur les tendances alimentaires américaines) Consumer Lifestyles in the US. Why buy this report?
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As American consumers continue to integrate health and wellness trends into their daily routines, the tea industry has received a boost in both retail volume and value terms. Tea is particularly appealing to the health-conscious consumer because of its health benefits, low calorie count and medicinal properties. In volume terms, herbal/traditional teas experienced the strongest growth of 13% in 2015 to approach sales of 2,800 tonnes.