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The Biggest Contribution For Assam Small Tea Growers.

The Biggest Contribution For Assam Small Tea Growers. 2

The small tea growers community has been successful to bring in a green revolution to rural Assam and today contributes around 29% of the total tea produced in Assam. However, due to the fact that most of these small growers don't have access to the financial support needed to setup their own tea factory, they sell their green leaves to bought-leaf factories owned by big companies, at an average price of 20/- Rupees per kilo. Many of the small tea growers of the region are currently struggling to manage their tea plantations due to such low prices for their green leaves.

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Unique Organic Teas From North East India

Unique Organic Teas From North East India 3

Assamica Agro introduces you to the unique range of organic teas from the small tea farmers of north east India. Unlike conventional industrial teas produced at the cost of rural life and land, our organic teas are the outcome of the love and affection of a bunch of small tea growers & workers whose lives revolve around these small organic tea farms. Whether you try our Assam tea or green tea, the taste and flavor of these teas will speak on its own about the zeal and enthusiasm with which they are made.

The New Craze in India is GREEN TEA

The New Craze in India is GREEN TEA 0

WHY? Is it because it is so delicious? Is it because it has less caffeine than coffee and most black teas? Or is it because green tea is the healthiest beverage on the planet.

Green Tea is more than just Green Liquid. Green tea is made from Camellia sinensis leaves that undergo minimal oxidation during processing. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body. Many of the bio-active compounds in the tea leaves do make it into the final drink in your cup. 

Assamica Agro Teas in United Kingdom!

Assamica Agro Teas in United Kingdom! 0

Assamica Agro Exclusive Assam Teas in United Kingdom

It is estimated that 165 million cups of tea are consumed daily in England or 60.2 billion cups per year. And per capita, England is the second largest tea drinking country behind Ireland.  

Yes, the Brits love their tea and are experts. So you can imagine it is every tea farmer’s dream to have their tea exported to England. But for small tea farmers to get recognized by the large British Tea companies is almost impossible. However, a British tea company has changed all of that.

The Internet & Assamica Agro – Assam Tea to the World! 0

Small scale Assam tea farmers in the remote corners of north east India have started to reap the benefits of their hard work & dedication to organic farming as e-commerce becomes the easiest and most cost effective way to shop the highest quality artisan products straight from the source anywhere in the world. With the growing demand for organic and hand picked green tea & Assam black tea world wide, our eCommerce website gives us the ability to sell these exclusive teas across the globe.