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List Of Tea Companies

This is a list of WorldHeritage articles on companies that manufacture or distribute tea.

Globally

  • Lipton (an Unilever brand)
  • Tetley (a Tata Global Beverages brand)
  • Twinings (an Associated British Foods brand)

Australia

Bangladesh

Canada

Tea shops and restaurants

China

France

Hong Kong

India

Ireland

Israel

Japan

Malaysia

Netherlands

New Zealand

Nepal

Sri Lanka

United Kingdom

The UK market is dominated by five brands - PG Tips and Tetley, Premier Foods (was bought by an Indian firm: India's Apeejay Surrendra Group), Associated British food and Bettys & Taylors. Tetley leads the market with 27% share, followed by PG Tips with about 24% share. Premier food is in third place, with about 13% share, Associated British food is 4th with about 11% share and Bettys & Taylors 5th with about 6% share. Though Betty's and Taylor's has risen dramatically with the Taylor's Tea & Coffee and Betty's brands proving more popular, also the famous Yorkshire Tea is part of Betty's and Taylor's Group (Source: ACNielsen Total Cov GB 52 we 25.02.08)

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