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Temi Tea estate of Sikkim to represent tea industry of India at world tea expo at Las Vegas

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Sikkim, June 9 (KNN) At Las Vegas World Tea Expo, the Temi Tea Estate of Sikkim may be the only one to represent tea industry of India.

The World Tea Expo is going to be held at Las Vegas, Nevada USA like previous years from June 11 t0 13.

The Temi Tea Estate is part of the Commerce & Industries Department, Government of Sikkim, and Union of India.

Temi Tea is the proud owner of the finest teas the world has produced and has been sending representatives to Europe and Japan to participate in Tea Export.

The World Tea Expo is the leading tradeshow and conference focused 100% on premium teas and related products, blending fresh ideas, the latest trends and new distribution channels with three days of focused buying, selling and education.

Being the central point of the North American specialty tea market, the World Tea Expo serves the $8 billion US tea industry and expected to grow additional $7 billion by 2015.

The Specialty/premium tea is driving this growth and holds nearly 60% of the market share today; it remains the main focus of products, services and education at World Tea Expo.

Retailers, tea room owners, distributors, F&B directors, spa managers, specialty grocers, mass merchants and other business professionals attend the Expo to see over 260 high-quality tea suppliers and related vendors from 22 countries exhibit new products and innovations.

Attending World Tea Expo is an exclusive opportunity to visit as more than 30% of exhibiting companies exhibit their tea varieties.

The expo is going to be a life time opportunity for the Indian Temi Tea firm to further expand its business, social commitments and needs.

Rahul Banerjee a Chartered Accountant by education & a PhD would be representing Temi Tea at Las Vegas this year to be held as part of Corporate Governance and Sales.

The TEMI story dates back to the late 1960’s when the King of Sikkim gave refuge to displaced neighbors along the Silk Route and helped them set up a tea estate over a vast expanse of 376 hectares of land along elevations of 1400 to 2000 meters or 4800 to 6400 ft making some of the finest flavors of brew.

The Temi Tea Garden lies between Damthang and Temi Bazaar towards Singtam, it spreads over an area of 376 hectares.

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