Tea market goes cold

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 24 May 2005

While the overall market for tea in the UK has declined by some 12% over the past five years, iced tea consumption is on the rise. Annette Sessions reports on the potential for iced tea in the UK and looks at this category in other major markets.

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While the overall market for tea in the UK has declined by some 12% over the past five years, iced tea consumption is on the rise. Annette Sessions reports on the potential for iced tea in the UK and looks at this category in other major markets.

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