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  • Health-conscious Indians drink green tea
  • Health-conscious Indians drink green tea
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Health-conscious Indians drink green tea

From Assam to Darjeeling, India has long been associated with tea drinking. But while the tea category has stopped growing, green tea is bucking the trend. Fuelled by health-conscious Indians, demand for green tea is growing at 60% year-on-year.

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