This section includes fact sheets that can be used in media publications or as sources for information about tea. They were developed by the Tea and Herbal Association of Canada on common topics relating to tea.
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- 2015 Canadian Tea Fact Sheet & TrendsNext to water, tea is the world’s most consumed beverage and outpaces coffee. In 2015, the Canadian tea market in Grocery Stores was worth $426 million
- Tea and Herbal Association of Canada and Protea Unveil a Strategic Partnership to deploy the TAC TEA SOMMELIER Certification Program in Italy
- Press Release (January 2016)Study shows weight control and ailment aid unique reasons for drinking tea.
- Tea Types & Steeping Instructions Fact SheetTea comes from the plant Camellia sinensis, a warm-weather evergreen. Tea is grown around the world in thousands of estates or tea gardens, resulting in thousands of flavorful variations.
- History of Tea Backgrounder
- Tea Traditions Fact SheetTea has played a major role in the history, culture and economy of China.