Posted On - 23 Aug 2016
Last year, after record exports of Indian tea during the first quarter of the current financial year is also kept pace. Tea Board of India, the apex body of the industry figures compiled between April and June this fiscal, India's tea exports increased by 2.56 percent compared to the same period last year was 4.206 million kg. However, in value terms during the first quarter of the current financial year, Indian tea exports to the world effectively 856.57 crore with a growth of 14 percent in the same period last year was Rs 751.44 crore.
Last year, at Rs 183.23 per kg in April-June compared to the same period of the current fiscal over the tea export earnings increased 11 percent to Rs 203.65 per kg, with the. India tea exports in Germany, Bangladesh, Poland and the United Arab Emirates due to the huge demand from other countries has increased. One of India's largest tea producing companies from declaring a company official said, Shbart Tea Board of India in the past been able to benefit from the promotional efforts because Haksh
To increase per capita consumption of tea in the country owned by the Tea Board has prepared promotional initiatives. The board will spend Rs 54 crore. 29 crore for promotion in the domestic market and abroad has allocated Rs 25 crore for publicity. Every year in the country is expected to produce 120 million kg. India is the largest producer and consumer of black tea in the world, but is not at the forefront in terms of per capita consumption. Average per capita consumption of tea in India is ranked 43 in the global rankings. The country's per capita consumption is 730 grams, while the turkey 7.54 kg, 4.34 kg, in Morocco, in the UK, 2.74 kg and 1.01 kg, is Pakistan.
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