Executive Manager of Iran’s Tea Factories Syndicate Mohammad Sadeq Hassani says that Iran has exported 10,000 tons of tea for 97 cents per kilo in the first five months of the current year and in return the country has imported some 33,437 tons of tea for $5 per kilo.
The spokesman of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) says that Iran has exported tea to 12 countries during the first quarter of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20-June 20).
Executive Manager of Iran’s Tea Factories Syndicate says decrease in export of domestic tea production is good news because most of domestic produced tea is used in the country, adding that exports of tea has no value added for the country.
TEHRAN (Iran News) – Iran is set to overtake Russia this year as India’s largest tea importer, despite American sanctions on the Islamic Republic. Indian tea exports to Iran hit a record high of 43.76 million kilos (mkg) this year till September, earning India a sum of $172.84 million, business-standard.com reported on Monday. “This trade […]
Iran has exported some 12,571 tons of tea worth $18 million since the beginning of the current fiscal year (started on March 21), a senior official said. Habibollah Jahansaz, the head of Iran Tea Organization, added that the figure respectively indicates 51% and 40% growth in terms of tonnage and value compared with the corresponding […]
The kettle contains tea, one of the most important cornerstones of Iranian culture, and the tea house is its centuries-old keeper. Tea production is a major industry in the Caspian Sea area and a large part of its economy. Before 1900, there was no tea production in Iran, but in 1895, an Iranian diplomat named […]