International Tea Day

annually 15 December in all the countries that hold the status of the world's leading producers of tea, is the International Day of tea (International Tea Day) in order to attract the attention of governments and citizens to the problems of the sale of tea, the relationship between sales of tea and the position of workers in the tea production, small-scale producers and consumers.

The decision to celebrate the International Day of tea is Dec. 15 was made after several discussions in many international organizations and trade unions during the World Social Forum (World Social Forum), held in 2004 in Mumbai (Mumbai, India) in 2005 at the Porte Alegre (Porte Allegre, Brazil). Accordingly, the International Day of tea in the main point of the country in which the article is about the economy, the production of tea is one of the main sites — are India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, Uganda and Tanzania.

In Russia, tea has become known since the first half of the 17th century (Photo: T.Prokofeva, Politics of International Trade by the World Trade Organization, suggests that producing countries open their borders to trade. The Government of India has also made significant changes in the policies of the sale of consumer goods. Brokers major tea brands and retailers are using this opportunity to address the special protective measures taken by national governments to protect the interests of the industry and food security in their countries.

Trading price of tea has been steadily declining in all countries along with the lack of clarity in setting the prices of tea. The tea industry has seen the overproduction, but the phenomenon is controlled, as the profit is transferred to the global brands. Global brands have the opportunity to buy tea at the lowest prices, while in the tea industry widely held large-scale restructuring. It is expressed in the disintegration and separation at the level of the tea plantations and in the consolidation at the level of brands.

In Japan, tea became popular in the second half of the 16th century (Photo: fotohunter, Shutterstock) It is believed that tea as a beverage, opened the second emperor of China Shen Nung (Shen Nung) in about 2737 BC. e., when the emperor dropped tea tree leaves in a cup of hot water. Is it possible to imagine that now we drink the same tea which tasted Chinese Emperor and almost five thousand years ago!

In the years 400-600 BC. e. China tea growing interest as a therapeutic beverage, due to developing processes than tea cultivation. Many tea drinkers add a favorite beverage in the onion, ginger, spices and orange slices.

In Europe and Russia, tea has become known since the first half of the 17th century. And one of the most famous events in the modern history of tea — it's "Boston Tea Party┬╗, which occurred December 16 in 1773, when American colonists dumped into the harbor Boston crates of tea in protest against Britain imposed tea tax.