The following tea associations provide a wealth of information about the tea industry in their respective countries. By perusing these websites, you will find educational articles, governmental guidelines for tea production, industry promotional programs, tea research findings, and more.
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TEA INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS
Tea Council of UK - www.tea.co.uk
Covers UK tea industry news, consumer and trade information, general tea education, health data, research, and other relevant tea-related topics.
Tea Association of the U.S. - www.teausa.org
Includes the Tea Council of the USA and the Specialty Tea Institute. Provides retailers and consumers with a broad range of tea resources, news, research and health benefits. Advocates and supports U.S. tea-related businesses.
Indian Tea Association - www.indiatea.org
Responsible for governmental policies and promotion to further the tea industry in India.
Tea Association of Canada - www.tea.ca
Serves as an impartial source for consumers and health professionals and features a broad spectrum of tea information, health benefits, industry regulations, and Canadian tea statistics.
China Tea Organization - www.china-tea.org
Includes a broad range of information on Chinese tea. English translation under development.
International Camellia Society - www.camellia-ics.org
A non-profit organization devoted to the genus Camellia, and its classification, hybridization, and propagation. Publishes theInternational Camellia Journal, maintains the International Camellia Register, and holds a world congress every second year.
World Green Tea Association - www.o-cha.net
Established by the government of Shizuoka Prefecture to further the development of green tea production, culture, and understanding globally.