The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economy of Sri Lanka like anywhere else in the world will be complex to predict in terms of magnitude, but directions are predictable. Being a trade dependent island nation, Sri Lanka will likely suffer from the expected recession in addition to the disruptions in global and domestic…
John Butler, otherwise known as “the seafood truck guy,” is coming back to Fayetteville, Chittenango, Utica and Rome next week. It will be the 17th year for Butler to sell fresh salmon, cod, lobsters, crab cakes and more from the back of his refrigerated truck in parking lots in the eastern suburbs of Syracuse.
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The Guwahati Tea Auction Centre (GTAC) will resume tea auction at the centre from April 23. The Assam government has granted permission to the GTAC to resume operations on Thursday.
Despite, the Covid 19 virus crippling the world economy, the Colombo Tea Auction held during April 16-18 continued the raise prices and more records tumbled this week.
“All tea will be sold through the auction and we expect that importers will continue getting their orders as usual. But exporters who have long term contracts with international buyers might have to review those contracts and we don’t know how this is going to affect the market,” said managing director Edward Mudibo Monday in…
With today marking National Tea Today, we’ve spoke to some self-proclaimed tea-aholics about their love of the quintessentially British beverage.
The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing up to $1 million in new funding to connect workers with in-demand jobs in the agri-food sector to keep the nation’s supply chains strong and store shelves stocked during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Turkey earned over $3.8 million in revenues with exporting tea to 75 countries in the first three months of 2020, according to Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association data.