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  • Publications: THIE - Tea and Herbal Infusions Europe
    Herbal and Fruit Infusions GAHP Inventory list of Herbals considered as Food Allocation list THIE s recommended microbiological specifications Influence of brewing temperature and brewing period on the microbial kinetics in herbal infusions September October 2005 Microbiological Status of untreated herbal materials July 1999 Tea Herbal and fruit infusions Occurrence of 15 1 EU priority polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons PAH in various types of tea Camellia sinensis and herbal infusions THIE

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  • Press: THIE - Tea and Herbal Infusions Europe
    Association EHIA was given a clear green light on 22nd January 2015 when the final decision was taken to found a new common European association for tea Camellia sinensis as well as herbal and fruit infusions The target of the new European association Tea Herbal Infusions Europe THIE is to combine forces and to speak with a joint powerful voice for the needs of both product groups tea as well as herbal and fruit infusions within the EU The focus of activities is on food safety product quality technical and scientific aspects consumer protection and health as well as legal and commercial issues Members are the national professional associations of the following European states Austria Denmark France Germany Ireland Italy Netherlands Slovakia Spain and United Kingdom as well as one associated member from Switzerland Nick Revett from R Twinings Company Ltd United Kingdom has become the first elected President of THIE Further members of the Executive Board are Paola Mirra Unilever Italy Dr Andrea D Agostino GB Foods Italy Dr Thomas Henn TeeGschwendner GmbH Germany Dr Adolf Kler Martin Bauer GmbH Co KG Germany and Dr Monika Beutgen WGA Hamburg e V as Secretary General THIE Executive Board from left

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  • Market data: THIE - Tea and Herbal Infusions Europe
    of tea were imported into the EU EU 28 breaking down to 14 green tea 33 284 t and 86 black tea 209 404 t 83 of the total tea imports were supplied to those EU Member States whose national tea and or herbal infusions associations hold membership in Tea Herbal Infusions Europe Detailed market data is compiled by the International Tea Committee which offers commercial services on statistics http

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  • Tea growing countries: THIE - Tea and Herbal Infusions Europe
    country in the world Two thirds of the tea production originates from the four tea growing regions in the north of India Assam Darjeeling Dooars and Sikkim One third is produced in Nilgiri and Kerala both lying in the south of India Assam is the world largest coherent tea growing area and lies in the north part of the country and on either side of the Bramputra river Assam tea is valued for its full bodied malty robust and strong flavour as well as its dark colour Darjeeling tea is grown on the foothills of the Himalayas at an altitude of about 2 000 m about 6560 ft The flavour ranges from a mild flowery and muscatel aroma to a tenderly bitter and spicy flavour Indonesia Tea is grown on both the island of Java and Sumatra On the island of Java aromatic top quality tea is cultivated during the dry period in August and September while on the island of Sumatra tea can be harvested throughout the whole year It is very popular to complement tea blends with the soft and subtle Indonesian teas Kenia Kenyan tea is grown in the highlands of east and west Great Rift Valley at an altitude between 1 500 to 2 000 m Both Kericho which is also the largest coherent tea growing region in Kenia and Limuru Kiambu are the oldest area of tea cultivation in the country The Limuru Kiambu district is well known for its particularly fine tea quality Kenyan tea has a remarkable strong and spicy aroma partly with a slight lemon flavour Sri Lanka Tea is cultivated in mainly 6 growing regions namely Uva Dimbula Uda Pussellawa and Nuwara Eliya as well as Kandy and Ruhuna These extend from mid of the island to the south Sri Lankan

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  • History of tea: THIE - Tea and Herbal Infusions Europe
    the sea first tea finds its way to Europe 1618 Overland the first Chinese tea is brought to Russia by the Russian Wassili Storckow 1637 According a to an order of the Dutch East India Company every merchant vessel sailing from Java to Holland is obliged to add some Chinese and Japanese tea chests to their cargo ca 1650 Via Holland the first tea reaches Germany 1699 The British East India Company is given a monopoly over the oversea tea trade 1833 The monopoly of the British East India Company over China trade is abolished 1834 First organised attempts are made to cultivate tea in Assam 1838 The first Assam tea is shipped to England 12 tea chests reach the country 1849 The British Navigation Act is repealed Now commodities from overseas can be brought into Europe in ships sailing under flags from all countries 1860 Tea cultivation in Sri Lanka begins 1869 The Suez Canal is opened The sea voyage distance to tea growing countries is shortened enormously 1878 First tea is cultivated on Java 1924 First organised cultivation of tea is made in Kenia THIE Tea Herbal Infusions Europe Sonninstraße 28 20097 Hamburg Germany Phone 49 40 236016

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  • Photos: THIE - Tea and Herbal Infusions Europe
    countries History of tea Photos Photos These images may be used for editorial purposes only Commercial use is not permitted THIE Tea Herbal Infusions Europe Sonninstraße 28 20097 Hamburg Germany Phone 49 40 236016 21 Fax 49 40 236016 10 11 E Mail thie ich will keinen spam wga hh de About THIE Overview Member associations Common goals policy Publications Press Tea Types of tea Market data Quality assurance Tea

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  • Market data: THIE - Tea and Herbal Infusions Europe
    2010 2011 2012 2013 Austria 2 181 2 105 2 053 2 015 2 134 2 102 2 012 n a n a Belgium 264 242 242 243 n a n a n a n a n a France 3 132 2 989 3 158 3 428 3 158 3 290 3 447 3 299 n a Germany 38 780 37 306 36 336 37 099 36 617 37 386 35 816 37 786 n a Italy 708 1 002 1 100 1 400 1 670 1 900 2 000 2 100 n a The Netherlands 908 811 797 854 820 833 n a n a n a Slovakia n a n a n a n a 942 n a 919 917 n a Spain n a n a n a n a 5 033 5 317 n a 4 324 n a Switzerland 1 363 1 590 1 633 1 677 1 814 1 170 1 158 n a n a United Kingdom 1 595 1 674 1 954 2 381 2 571 2 571 2 725 2 899 n a THIE Tea Herbal Infusions Europe Sonninstraße 28 20097 Hamburg Germany Phone 49 40 236016 21 Fax 49 40

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  • Herbal Infusions history: THIE - Tea and Herbal Infusions Europe
    book De materia medica medicines Tradition has taught us that the beneficial properties of herbals and fruits have been adopted in a remarkable and sometimes even unusual manner in the course of the past centuries Besides relieving certain symptoms herbs were considered to open the mind for spiritual insights The consumption of herbal and fruit infusions pure or mixed just for enjoying the taste has become very popular in the

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