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Tea in Europe



The first three European consumers of tea are Turkey with 2.2 kg of tea per year per capita, and Britain, with 2.3 kg. And European champion, with almost 3 kg of tea is Ireland. Few multinationals like Unilever, Tata Tea, Van Rees and James Finley play a dominant role in the tea business role.


The tea market in Europe

A handful of multinational corporations play a dominant role in the tea business (Unilever, Tata Tea, Van Rees and James Finley).

Role In Europe, for example, the three major traders and tea packers control over 60% of the tea market United Kingdom, Germany and Italy. Mixing, processing and packaging of tea are mainly in Europe and other developed countries.

Moreover, supermarkets in Europe are the main outlet for major brands, while specialty retailers targeting the growing market for flavored teas and special

In the UK, however, the supermarkets offer more Fair Trade teas: In 2010, fair trade sales accounted for 10% of total tea sales in the UK.

The UK , Germany, Poland, the Netherlands and France are the main markets for sustainable teas in the EU. Although tea imports to the United Kingdom and the Netherlands have declined in volume, the value of imports increased.

Dual certification of tea, fair trade and organic, is increasingly common, especially in the United -. Kingdom, thus contributing to the high value of tea imports.

Between 2006 and 2010, the volume of tea imported into the EU increased by 1.3% (353 000 tonnes), while the value gained 6.5 % per year to reach € 1 billion in 2010.

European consumption of tea

European consumers are increasingly sensitive to social and human conditions for the cultivation of tea, and they are looking more and more to buy certified teas, major certification schemes being Fair Trade, Organic, Rainforest Alliance and UTZ.

The market share of certified tea is grown from just 1% in 2007 to about 13% of world production in late 2011. Most are consumed in the EU, certification becoming increasingly the norm in the EU tea market.

European brands of teas


Belgian tea brands

Belgian teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Belgium

British tea brands

British teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in the United Kingdom

Dutch tea brands

Dutch teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in the Netherlands

Finnish tea brands

Finnish teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Finland

French tea brands

French teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in France

German tea brands

German teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Germany

Italian brands of tea

Italian teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Italy

Polish tea brands

Polish teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Poland

Russian tea brands

Russian teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Russia

Spanish tea brands

Spanish teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Spain

Swedish tea brands

Swedish teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Sweden

Swiss tea brands

Swiss teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Switzerland



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