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  • 'Cheese tea' appeals to China's sweet tooth
  • 'Cheese tea' appeals to China's sweet tooth
    Shany Darling (2017) ©
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'Cheese tea' appeals to China's sweet tooth

As the largest producer of tea in the world, the drink has dominated the Chinese market for years without much change. But as new players are experimenting with the beverage, cheese tea is emerging as a way of getting young consumers into tea-drinking sooner.

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