Rains in Assam to hit North Indian tea output

The tea field in North India, which is previously reeling less than generation losses over the past three months (March-May), is probable to be more impacted thanks to incessant rains and flood in many parts of Assam — just one of the important tea expanding areas.

In accordance to Vivek Goenka, Chairman, Indian Tea Association (ITA), tea generation in Assam is estimated to be decrease by 8-10 per cent at shut to sixty five million kg (mkg) in June this calendar year as in comparison to seventy five mkg very same time period past calendar year. Assam accounted for almost

Read More

Higher prices brew trouble for Indian tea exports

India’s tea exports is most likely to witness a drop on the back again of decrease offer of the crop and high price ranges. Exports are most likely to be decrease by fifteen-20 for every cent at about two hundred-220 million kg (mkg) this year as compared with close to 248.29 mkg in 2019.

In accordance to Anshuman Kanoria, Chairman of Indian Tea Exporters’ Association (ITEA), exports of Indian CTC is most likely to be impacted by the better crop and decrease price ranges in Africa. The estimated drop in output of orthodox tea and the firm price ranges are

Read More