Tea prices

31 March 2009
Hold on to your crockery, because tea prices are set to reach an all-time high. According to this story in the Financial Times, the world's key exporting countries, including India, Kenya and Sri Lanka, have suffered from droughts and will produce less tea this year. As a result, high demand from the UK and Russia, the two biggest tea importers in the world, will push up prices. This could pose a genuine challenge for some buyers, charged with keeping a tea thirsty organisation in brews. Perhaps a strict tea-bag sharing policy could be introduced?
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