Press Release


Tea is the most important beverage of India and Indians are the largest consumer of tea in the world.



For many Indians, their morning is incomplete without a cup of tea which helps them to refresh. It is extensively consumed by us in every season along with biscuits, and Indian snacks like samosas, pakoras, etc. and it is our culture to offer tea to our visitors and guests. Herbal teas have been an essential part of Ayurveda, one of the oldest systems of medicine in the world. Due to the usage of teas of traditional Indian spices like tulsi (holy basil), elaichi (cardamom), Kali Mirch (pepper), mulethi (liquorice), pudina (mint), etc. an ordinary tea becomes a beverage with lots of medicinal benefits and pleasing flavor & aroma.

After China, India is known as the second largest producer and exporter of tea, worldwide. It is said that the tea industry in India is approximately 170 years old. In our country, there are 3 prominent tea-producing regions, namely, Assam, Darjeeling, and Nilgiri. Besides, in other regions like Himachal Pradesh, Bihar, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala, tea is also grown extensively. Globally, the Indian tea industry is the largest with around 13000 gardens & 2 million workers and according to a report, the annual turnover of this industry is about INR 9000 Crore.

In our country, tea trading is done by two ways either by auctioning or private selling. Guwahati, Kolkata, Siliguri, Coimbatore, Cochin, and Coonoor, are the well-known tea auction centers in India. is produced in two ways in India, namely the CTC production and Orthodox production. CTC stands for crush, tear, and curl and tea made by this process is mainly used in tea bags. The orthodox production method is divided into five stages, namely withering, rolling, fermentation, drying and storing.

After the success of various coffee chains in India, many teas themed cafe chains have been emerging. These chains emerging across India are slowly changing the face of the tea industry in India. Many of them are looking for ways to appeal to young Indians by offering them an upgraded version of the tea stall and a cup of tea with unique blends and flavors.

Our government knows the importance and potential of the tea segment, that is why they are trying everything in their power to enhance the growth of this segment. Whenever the export sales went down the Indian government has passed many resolutions in order to support this industry. From all this, you have got the information about tea industry regarding its importance, economic position, and different other things. Become a Tea Franchisor of this beverage will be a fruitful decision for any business entity. Visit to get the Tea Franchise Opportunities in Delhi.

Tea Franchise Opportunities in D  |  Become a Tea Franchisor  |  Tea Business Franchise


Organisation Profile: is an online portal designed for distributors and manufactures. Here we provide an opportunities to both of the parties to get connected with each other. We have large number of business & aspirants listed in distribution business model. You can register with us for all of your distributorship needs. For more related information , you can explore and join us with on

Press release contact details for Getdistributors

Tel11 46710506
AddressA-86, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-2 New Delhi (Delhi)- 110020