VOV.VN -Pakistan imported 26,100 tonnes of Vietnamese tea with a total value of US$52.77 million during the first eight months of 2019, up of 26.5 per cent in volume and 14.5 per cent in value on year.
VOV.VN -A total of six Vietnamese tea products from Van Chan-Yen Bai, Con Linh-Ha Giang, and Moc Chau-Son La, have received awards at the second ‘Tea of the World’ AVPA Paris 2019 International contest.
Vietnam earned US$109 million from exporting 67,000 tonnes of tea in the first seven months of 2018, a year-on-year decrease of 12.9% in volume.
VOV.VN - While Vietnam’s tea industry is known around the world, in reality, Vietnam only really exports tea to easy markets like Pakistan and China, while its shares in more stringent markets such as the EU and US are quite modest.
Vietnam’s tea exports as of mid-July dropped 11% year on year in volume to 61,530 tonnes, and 6.9% in value to US$99.94 million, according to statistics from the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese tea products from Thai Nguyen, Con Linh-Ha Giang, and Moc Chau-Son La have received awards at the first ‘Tea of the World’ AVPA Paris 2018 International contest.
Vietnamese tea and coffee enterprises are exhibiting their products at the International Coffee & Tea Industry Expo 2018, which opened in Singapore on March 22.
Artisan Hoang Anh Suong shares with Pham Oanh his experience of enjoying tea in Vietnam as well as the art of tea in Vietnamese culture.
Several premium Vietnamese teas were introduced at the Tea Mater Cup 2017, a side event of the Asian biggest international tea and coffee fair held in Singapore recently.
Vietnam's tea producers should meet Fairtrade International's certification standards to increase the competitive quality of tea products and improve their export value, said experts.
Making and drinking Lotus and Jasmine tea is a treasured custom of Vietnamese people. Every cup of natural flower-scented tea captures a fraction of Vietnam’s rich and vibrant culture.
(VOV) - Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Market Department Deputy Head Le Viet Nga has revealed Vietnam’s export tea price is significantly lower than the average global price, attributing it to more than 90% of tea volumes being exported in the form of raw materials.