Coffee sales in Saudi Arabia will rise by 77 per cent in 2016 thereby overtaking tea sales, said a top official, pointing out that the growth in coffee processing has helped boost the Saudi market for coffees to SR15 billion ($4 billion).
Srilanka-based Dilmah Tea is set to debut in Europe and has planned expansion throughout the Middle East next year, following recent opening of the Dilmah t-Lounge in China and other Asian locations.
Dilmah is a brand that was fou
Coffee, tea and related products in the Middle East are set to showcased at a leading festival for enthusiasts across the region in Dubai next month.
The International Coffee & Tea Festival (ICTF) will run from November 12 to
UAE’s tea consumption has witnessed a steep rise in the last couple of year to reach about seven million kilograms per annum, with tea being the second most consumed drink in the country, only after water.
An event showcasing all facets of coffee, tea, bar and café products, equipment and services will be held in Dubai in November.
The International Coffee & Tea Festival will be held the The Meydan IMAX Gallery from Novem
The latest international import and export trends of tea trade were discussed at an ongoing meeting of more than 300 delegates from over 30 tea producing and consuming nations in Dubai.
The fifth Global Dubai T
More than 300 delegates from over 30 tea producing and consuming countries are set to discuss the latest trends, innovations, opportunities and developments in the tea sector at a forum in Dubai.
The fifth Glob
Cash-strapped baristas now have a chance to take advantage of discounted fee to showcase their world-class skills at an international coffee and tea festival to be held in October in Dubai.
IC&E, organiser of the International
Saudi Organometallic Chemicals Company (SOCC), a joint venture equally owned by units of US-based Albemarle Corporation and Sabic, has announced the initial start-up of its aluminum alkyls facility located in Jubail.
India tea exports to Iran are likely to surge by around 50 per cent in 2013 from the previous year as the sanctions-hit country increases purchases to replenish inventory and make use of one of its few remaining payment channels.