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COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on RTD Tea Market Size | Share, Emerging Audience, Business Development and Global Scenario by Forecast to 2024

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Sep 09, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
Market Landscape

It is no surprise in the tea industry that the ready-to-drink tea (RTD) tea market is surging amid the ongoing COVID 19 pandemics globally. As manufacturers ramped up the making of no-sugar tea varieties, Global RTD Tea Market size surpassed from USD 21.30 billion that was gained in the year 2020, and the status quo is highly likely to continue in the forecast period of 2019 to2024. The pace of the expansion of the market is 5.7%.

RTD Tea Decliners & Boomers

The study reveals that the demand for RTD tea will witness immense growth over the assessment period. The introduction of novel flavors in the product categories is anticipated to offer a marvelous push over the whole market. The formation of associations among manufacturers in this market is also

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The Business of Small Tea Growers in India

Tea picker in Munnar, Kerala, South India. Photo by: Zzvet / Bigstock.com.

By Sanjay Guha

The story of tea is extremely old. And like all old stories, this story begins with the seeds of change. It was between 1825 and 1830 when the first tea seeds were sent to various parts of the vast Indian subcontinent. This included the East: Burma, Barak Valley, Chittagong, Assam, Darjeeling, Dooars, Terai and Palampur in the Himachal area. In South India, they sprouted in Kanyakumari, Travancore, Munnar (Kerala), Wynaad, Nilgiris, Annamalais (Tamilnadu) and Gudulur (Karnataka).

The Assam Company – the world’s oldest tea company – was the first to begin to trade, but soon many other companies followed, setting up their headquarters in the United Kingdom. These were mainly plantation companies at the time, as well as trading companies in rubber, jute and indigo.

In post-independence India, tea became big business­­­ with acres of

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