List of tea companies

This is a list of Wikipedia articles on companies that produce or distribute tea.

    Global

    Australia

    Bangladesh

    • M. M. Ispahani Limited

    Brazil

    • Matte Leão

    Canada

    China

    • Ten Fu Group (Zhangzhou, Fujian)

    France

    • Betjeman & Barton
    • Fauchon
    • Kusmi Tea
    • Ladurée
    • Le Palais des Thés
    • Mariage Frères

    Germany

    • TeaGschwendner
    • Teekanne
    • Teekampagne

    Hong Kong

    • Luk Yu

    India

    Indonesia

    • Sariwangi
    • Teh botol

    Ireland

    Israel

    Japan

    • Harada Tea Processing Co., Ltd.
    • Ito En

    Kenya

    • Kenya Tea Development Agency
    • Kericho Gold
    • Ketepa

    Malaysia

    Nepal

    • Giribandhu Tea Estate
    • Rakura tea

    Netherlands

    New Zealand

    Pakistan

    • Brooke Bond Brooke Bond Supreme/Red Label and Lipton (owned by Unilever)
    • Tapal Tea
    • Tetley (owned by Tata Global Beverages)

    Rwanda

    • Rwanda Mountain Tea

    Singapore

    Sri Lanka

    • Akbar Tea
    • Alghazaleen Tea
    • Bogawantalawa (BPL Teas)
    • Dilmah
    • Heladiv
    • George Steuart Group (Steuarts Tea, 1835 Steuart Ceylon)
    • Mlesna

    Turkey

    • Çaykur

    United Kingdom

    The UK market is dominated by five brands - PG Tips (owned by Unilever), Tetley (owned by Tata Tea Limited), Typhoo (owned by the Indian conglomerate Apeejay Surrendra Group), Twinings (owned by Associated British Foods) and Yorkshire Tea (owned by Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate). Tetley leads the market with 27% share, followed by PG Tips with about 24% share. Typhoo is in third place with about 13% share. Twinings is fourth with about 11% share and Yorkshire Tea is fifth with about 6% share.[1]

    United States

    Bottled tea

    See also

    References

    1. Source: ACNielsen Total Cov GB 52 we 25.02.08
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