Tea

VN tea exporters enjoy record year

(Mard - 14/12/2016) Tea exports in the past eleven months reached 118,000 tonnes, earning US$197 million, increasing 7.1 per cent in volume and 4.3 per cent in value compared to the same period last year.

Tea exports reached 37 million USD in the first quarter

(MARD - 16/04/2014) According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Vietnam’s tea export volume in the first 3 months of 2014 is estimated at 24,000 tons valued at 37 million USD, down 15.4 % in volume and 13.8 % in value compared with the same period last year.

Vietnamese tea exports slump to $186m this year

(MARD - 21/11/2013) Viet Nam has shipped more than 115,000 tonnes of tea within the first 10 months of 2013, earning US$186.6 million, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Tea export turnover up due to price rise

(MARD - 13/08/2013) Viet Nam exported 77,000 tonnes of tea during the past seven months, earning a turnover of US$120 million, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development

Tea brands need quality boost to expand export

(Mard - 5/8/2013)- Tea export turnover in the first half of 2013 increased 3.3 percent over the same period last year to reach 94 million USD, despite export volume slipping by 0.4 percent.

Vietnamese tea industry: challenges and development

(Mard - 30/11/2012) - According to the Vietnam Tea Association, in 2015 Vietnam plans to plant 130,000 ha of tea, making about 260,000 tonnes of dried tea leaves. At present, there are about 2 million workers in mountainous and midland remote areas living mainly on tea. But the export value of Vietnamese tea products equals to only 60% of the average world prices.

Plan to lift tea exports, prices

(Mard - 07/8/2012) - Viet Nam hopes to increase its tea-export prices to the world average and double export turnover by 2015.

Tea sector to boost exports

(Mard - 01/03/2012) - If the tea sector is to meet its target of an annual export value of 440 million USD by 2015 – double this year's figure – it must improve the quality of its product, according to industry experts.

Vietnam to hold int’l tea festival

(MARD - 25/08/2011) The first ever international tea festival in Vietnam will take place in Thai Nguyen Province from November 11-15.

Tea sector to focus on quality

(Mard - 02/08/2010) - Viet Nam's tea sector was intent on improving its product's quality, hygiene and safety instead of focusing on productivity, an official of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development said yesterday.
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