CHINA HERBAL TEA
New-age brands look for a direct connect with users
New-age brands in the grooming, hygiene, premium packaged foods and clothing space are expanding their online footprints beyond Amazon and BigBasket, moving supply chains from China to India and rejigging product portfolios due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus tally may be tip of iceberg as sick go untested
While restrictions prevent wasting detection kits, not casting a wide net can giv...
Procter & Gamble India tests Ecomm waters
P&G is currently testing the beta version of the site and the products are sold and the supply chai...
China keen on Indian henna, drumsticks powder
China expects to import products and services valuing over $10 trillion through such fairs.
India makes big push to expand tea export to China
People in China, where tea originated, mainly consumes green teas without milk unlike black Indian tea.
India's tea industry is struggling to move up the value chain
The rules of the game are changing for India's tea industry, and it's perhaps time for a fresh brew.
We will look for ways to exit or restructure stressed businesses: Ajoy Misra, Tata Global Beverages
In UK and Canada, this phenomenon of black versus non-black tea category shift is happening
Fabindia plans to launch indian herbal tea in China
Fabindia, the country’s largest private retailers of ethnic wear and other traditional products, acquired a 40% stake in Organic India in 2013, and later increased it to 50%.
Fabindia keen to hawk herbal tea to China
Co's subsidiary Organic India may take Ayurveda to the land of the dragon next year if it gets regulatory approval.
Tata Global Beverages smells good, but can't filter all risks
An improving operating margin profile since the past couple of quarters has been fuelling expectations of a smart recovery in TGB's performance in the quarters ahead.
Coca-Cola says to invest over $4 billion in China in 2015-2017
The investment will add to the $4 billion that the world's largest drinks maker has earmarked for China in 2012-2014, said Sharolyn Choy.
South Korea imports 1,500 tonne of Darjeeling tea
South Korea, for the first time, has imported 1,500 tonne Darjeeling tea with a promise to buy more in the coming days.
Tata Tea plans exotic brews for China, Far East markets
Come 2009, Tata Tea will storm the Chinese and Far East markets with its range of value-added tea beverage products.
India Tata Tea plans Russia JV, keen on US mkt
India's Tata Tea Ltd. plans to set up a joint venture company in Russia and is keen on expanding its share of the US beverage market.
Tata Tea buys 33% in South Africa's Joekels
The Rs 3,000-crore branded tea major, Tata Tea has acquired a 33% stake in the $5-m South African tea company, Joekels Tea Packers, through its subsidiary, Tetley Group, which has funded the acquisition.