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Next to water, tea is the most widely consumed drink in the world. As much as it is inexpensive, tea is healthy too, acting as antioxidant, stress reliever and a refreshing beverage that bonds people over a steaming cup. Regular consumption is known to improve bone density, control blood pressure, reduce the risk of heart disease, and protect against cardiovascular and degenerative diseases.

While tea has over 3,000 variants, the origin is the Camellia Sinensis plant, native to Asia and cultivated in tropical and sub-tropical regions. Different processing methods result in a wide variety of unique flavors and characteristics.

For the benefit of buyers and Tea Leaves Suppliers, and those keen on chai tea trivia, here’s a recap of the prime categories: Green Tea, Yellow Tea, White Tea, Oolong Tea and Black Tea.

Tea Manufacturers have reason to cheer, with the global tea beverage market estimated to be worth about USD 38.2 billion in 2016 and projected to reach a valuation of US$47.20 billion by the end of 2020. Next to China, India is the world’s second largest tea producing country, notching up more than 966,000 tonnes in 2015. Tea Exporters in India can be credited for making India the world’s 4th largest Tea Exporter, dispatching 232.92 million kg of tea during 2015-16 at a total value of US$ 686.67 million.

The varieties of tea grown in India include Darjeeling, Assam, Nilgiri, Kangra, Munnar, Dooars-Terai and Masala Tea. Organic Green Tea is gaining momentum, with the Tea Board offering higher subsidy for gardens that are being converted to organic cultivation.

As a trusted facilitator for agro-commodities trading, Tammy Trade is proud to feature more than 60 tea products on the portal. The Sellers currently represent 10 tea growing and trading regions across India, and more Sellers from other locations are joining the Tammy Trade family every week.

Transacting on Tammy Trade is smooth, easy and hassle-free. Our Relationship Managers are available for offline support during the Registration process and for any assistance during the transaction process. Tammy Trade also offers Value Added Services on ground – collaboration with best-in-class logistics service partners to offer high-quality delivery services to registered customers, trusted quality assurance partners for product quality checks and accredited partners who assist with insurance formalities to protect goods in transit.

With Tammy Trade’s end to end support, buyers who wish to place bulk orders can complete the process with one click and say, Done Deal!