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  • Americans are thirsty for homegrown tea
  • Americans are thirsty for homegrown tea
    Laura D'Alessandro (2011) ©
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Americans are thirsty for homegrown tea

Sweet iced tea is an American staple, evoking childhood nostalgia and the romance of the Southern states. And Americans are as thirsty as ever for the beverage. But as their tastes expand and evolve, consumption of fine tea grown on home soil is on the rise.

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