Japan: tea sales to reach $5.2 billion in 2007

By Datamonitor ResearchWire | 11 July 2003

In Japan, coffee has been outperforming tea in both sales and growth. In 2002 coffee was worth $4.7 billion and tea $3.3 billion. However, it is expected that tea will have double the growth rate of coffee over the 2002-07 period and therefore reduce the gap between the two sectors.

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In Japan, coffee has been outperforming tea in both sales and growth. In 2002 coffee was worth $4.7 billion and tea $3.3 billion. However, it is expected that tea will have double the growth rate of coffee over the 2002-07 period and therefore reduce the gap between the two sectors.

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