Harvest Review: Iran Is a Tea Opportunity

Tea first reached Iran by caravans traveling the Silk Road 450 years before the modern Christian era. Residents were largely coffee drinkers until the seventeenth century but now consume four times the world average for tea. The beverage is served hot at almost all social occasions and family gatherings. Imported tea still accounts for 95% of the tea consumed in Iran. Today, Sri Lanka and India make up about 90% of imports. China and Kenya are also major suppliers but totals from these lan

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