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Did you know that 79.6% of U.S. foodservice operators menu iced tea or specialty iced tea? (Source: Technomics) So it stands to reason that offering a variety of flavored iced teas to customers can help enhance menus and build even more profits.
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Argentina has a strong tea culture and a healthy tea export business. While only a relatively small portion of the country is suitable for growing tea, it’s one of the most important producers of tea in the world. Argentina spans a large latitude and contains climate regions from subpolar in the south to subtropical in the north. Most of the tea is grown in the northeastern part of the country in Misiones and Corrientes. Both of these regions have a warm subtropical climate with heavy rainfall which is perfect for growing tea.
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Summer Sweetness – Blackberry Iced Tea Recipe
Follow this recipe to make 60 oz. or 7 cups.
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The UKTEA & Infusions Association shared some recent data that indicated 18-34 year-olds in the UK don’t find tea as interesting as other beverages. While tea (largely black) still maintains popularity in the UK market, consumption has declined – largely the result of an influx of other hot and cold beverage choices. The organization’s position – tea needs a new image, that provides this younger audience with an emotional connection and celebrates the wide range of choices and tastes available.
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Vietnam is a medium size producer of tea but a large exporter in the global context. Tea is grown both in the sub-tropical North and the tropical South and produces Black, Green and Oolong teas.
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• 4 oz Raspberry Iced Tea
• 0.75 oz Lemon Juice
• 0.5 oz Simple Syrup
• 4 Raspberries
• 2 - 4 Basil Leaves
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One of the largest tea producers in the world, Indian tea is made from two varieties – Camellia sinensis var sinensis and Camellia sinensis var assamica. Native to Assam, Camellia sinensis var assamica is most often used for producing full-bodied and strong black tea.
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In a recent survey executed by Mintel, 39% of consumers want to try new restaurants, new flavors, and new menu items in 2022. For many the lines between foodservice and retail are blurred, making the competition for consumers’ dining dollars even fiercer. To drive traffic, restaurants will need to invest in marketing initiatives that that raises awareness about new offerings and aim to foster meaningful connections with consumers!
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Controlling the tea supply chain—from growing to sourcing to the moment finished products are shipped—is crucial to the continued success of any supplier. Other tea companies buy strictly through U.S. importers, or work strictly with agents. While it’s a convenient approach, this process can obscure critical supply chain dynamics. In contrast, Harris Tea has developed strong, direct relationships with estates and factories at origin.
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