A View of Old China Tea Culture

This is the fourth post in a series of posts about the importance of organic tea. In the last post we spoke more about conditions for tea producers and organic certification. If you also haven’t read the first post yet, you can go back and read that now. In Anhui, Tunxi a similar internal government negotiations took a political charge...
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How Growers and Consumers see “Organic”

This is the third post in a series of posts about the importance of organic tea. In the last post we spoke about conditions for tea producers. If you also haven’t read the first post yet, you can go back and read that now. Remembering how western markets define organic. Meanwhile have the western consumers whom purchase the products...
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Best Growing Conditions for Tea

This is the second post in a series of posts about the importance of organic tea. In the first post we spoke about what organic means to the grower and the buyer. If you haven’t read the first post yet, you can go back and read it now. It’s safe to assume that the purchase of various...
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Is Organic Tea Important?

This is the first post in a series of posts about the importance of organic tea. Each post will have links to guide you through the series and read the whole story. What does organic mean to both the grower and the consumer? Both parties need to be guided by the same principles when it...
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How much sugar in a drink is too much?

Research undertaken by the Cancer Council Australia, Diabetes Australia and the National Heart Foundation of Australia. These three separate government bodies, recommend that adults and children limit their consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages and instead drink water or reduced-fat milk. Australian governments should support this call and encourage consumers to limit their sugar-sweetened beverages consumption in...
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