Green Tea

Information @ a glance
  • Camellia sinensis is the tea plant, the plant species whose leaves and leaf buds are used to produce tea. White tea, green tea, oolong and black tea are all harvested from this species, but are processed differently to attain different levels of oxidation.
  • The beverage Green tea is a "true" tea (i.e., Camellia sinensis) that has undergone minimal oxidation during processing. Green tea is popular in Morocco, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, and the Middle East. Recently it has become more widespread in the West, where traditionally black tea is consumed.
  • Green tea is the palest in color, ranging from light green to light yellow in color. Green tea is not oxidized; the leaves are steamed or baked immediately after being plucked. They are then rolled and dried allowing the leaves to remain green in color. Green tea is made from both new buds as well as young leaves – “pluckers” take ‘two leaves and a bud’.
  • Green tea and green tea extracts, such as its component EGCG, have been used to prevent and treat a variety of cancers, including breast, stomach, and skin cancers. It is also used for improving mental alertness, aiding in weight loss, lowering cholesterol levels, and protecting skin from sun damage.
  • Tea is an evergreen bush that grows in all soils. It requires a steady climate. Tea bushes grow to a convenient height for picking; still even today it is intensive labor. Sorting the tea is determined by many criteria, including the age of the leaf, picking season, climate, soil type, as well as processing and quality of the blend. Leaf size indicates quality and strength.
  • The production and consumption of tea worldwide has increased over the past decade, and this increase is expected to continue, according to Chang and Yabuki. While the tea plant (Camellia sinensis) grows well in Hawaii, high costs of production have impeded commercial development of tea as a crop and commodity here.
  • Demand for green tea is increasing world-wide because of interest in its medicinal value. There has been a large market throughout Asia for the different forms of green tea and it plays an important role in traditional diets.
  • Worldwide tea production in 2001 was over 3 million tons . The greatest production was from China and India, which generated about half of the total world production. Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and Kenya together account for another quarter of the total production.
  • China harvested nearly twice as much area as India, and these two countries accounted for 58 percent of the world’s tea acreage in 2000. India’s average tea yield was nearly 2.4 times larger than that of China in 2000 , while the average yield for the Asia-Pacific region as a whole was 60 percent of the average yield for the rest of the world.
  • Tea is cultivated in about 36 countries all over the world, but production is heavily concentrated in just a handful. In 2000, five countries (India, China, Sri Lanka, Kenya and Indonesia) together produced almost 80% of the world’s tea9. While India, China and Sri Lanka have long dominated world production, the share of the African countries has increased dramatically over the last two decades.
  • Exports of tea during the first half of 2006 increased significantly by 18.8 Mkg reaching 158.5 Mkg from 139.6 Mkg exported during the corresponding period 2005. Russia is traditionally a tea drinking country and most Russian people starts the day with a cup of tea rather than coffee or juice.
 General Information
  • Tea and theophylline
  • History,Types & Preparation of Tea
  • About Green Tea
  • Overview of Green Tea
  • Varities of Camellia sinensis
  • Green Tea Uses & Side Effects
  • Descriptors for Green Tea
  • Other Countries Green Teas


  • Tea Plantation
  • Tea Production Process
  • Cultivation of Camellia sinensis
  • Tea making for Plantation to Cup
  • Green tea production in Japan
  • Tea Plantation in Ceylon
  • Tea Plantation in Darjelling
  • Tea Plantation in Kerala
  • Green Tea Manufacture
  • Xianju rain Forest Organic Green Tea Plantation
  • Four Seasons of Green Tea


  • Green Tea Extraction
  • Enzyme assisted Extraction
  • Extraction Of Caffeine From Tea Leaves
  • Solvent Extraction of catechin compounds
  • Direct Thermal Extraction

Functions and Properties

  • Effects of encapsulated green tea
  • Factors Affecting the  Extraction of Fluoride from Tea
  • Peroxidase, polyphenol oxidase and acid phosphatase
    activities in Green Tea
  • Anti-cariogenic properties of Tea
  • The Purification and some Properties of the Polyphenol
    Oxidase from Tea
  • Paradoxical Effects of Green Tea
  • Antibacterial Activity Of The Crude Extract Of Chinese Green Tea

Company Profiles

  • Tripura Tea Development Corporation Limited
  • Yuyao siming tea biological products co.,Ltd
  • Two Hills Tea
  • Xianju Rain forest organic Green Tea
  • Nuxalbari Tea Estate
  • Surajbala Exports Pvt. Ltd.


  • Green Tea Consulting
  • Green Tree Consulting Services
  • CV of Mr.John Seth Markowitz, Pharm.D.
  • CV of Mr.Rajendra G. Mehta
  • CV of Mr.Zuo-Feng Zhang
  • CV of Mr.Zuzana Bic, Dr.P.H.,MUDr.


  • Overview of Green Tea Uses
  • Prevention of Cancer
  • Tea and Chronic Disease Prevention
  • Attenuates Blood Pressure
  • Prevent the spread of  HIV virus
  • Increases Metabolism Aid in Weight Loss
  • Green Tea Benefits
  • Special Benefits of Green Tea
  • Green Tea Leaf Extract benefits
  • The Miracle of Green Tea
  • Health benefits of green tea
  • Advantages of Green Tea
  • Epigallocatechin, a Green Tea Polyphenol, Attenuates Myocardial Ischemia Reperfusion Injury in Rats


  • Green Tea Products
  • Organic Green Tea Extract
  • Green Tea Extract Capsules
  • Food and Drink-Green Tea
  • Green Tea Extract
  • GTEE-Green Tea
  • Organic Green Tea Powder
  • Reflex Green Tea
  • Green Tea Snacks
  • Tea Tech Products
  • Green Tea Leaf Extract
  • Cosmetic Products from Green Tea
  • Foreign Green Tea Products
  • Korean Green Tea Products
 Material Safety Data Sheet
  • Tea Green Absolute
  • Green Tea Fragrance Oil
  • Green Tea Extract
  • Green Tea
  • Green Tea Powder


  • US-Tea Extraction Process
  • US-Process for making green tea solids
  • Composition for promoting prostate health containing selenium and herbal extracts
  • Method for isolation of caffeine free catechins from Green Tea
  • Process of making a soluble tea product with champagne-like properties
  • Cosmetic sunscreen composition containing Green Tea and a sunscreen
  • Nutraceutical composition for protection against solar radiation
  • Pharmaceutical composition against type I allergy


  • Biotechnological Improvements of Tea
  • Inhibition of fibroblast growth factors by green tea
  • A chemoprevention trial of green tea polyphenols in high-risk individuals of liver cancer
  • Role of Glutathione S-Transferase Genotypes enzymes
  • Cultivar Identification and Analysis of the Blended Ratio of Green Tea Production on the Market Using DNA Markers
  • Multicomponent analysis of Korean green tea by means of disposable all-solid-state potentiometric electronic tongue microsystem
  • Production of Bioavailable Flavonoid Glucosides in Fruit Juices and Green Tea by Use of Fungal r-L-Rhamnosidases
  • Selenium Rich Tea and Nano-Technology


  • Export of Green Tea
  • Japanese market
  • Factors Affecting Development of a Tea Industry in Hawaii
  • The Tea Market
  • Tea Market Update
  • More evidence of green tea's brain benefits
  • High Veloci-Tea Market Innovation
  • Tata Tea plans green revolution for Tetley, Gold
  • Tea Drinkers Go Green


  • Market Alternatives for Japanese Green Tea
  • Green tea extract and the catechin exert oxidant but lack antioxidant activities
  • Unconventional therapies for cancer
  • Green Tea Extract is Cancer aid
  • The O'Mama Report
  • Properties of green tea
  • Reasons to Drink Green Tea

Manufacturers, Suppliers and Buyers

  • Generation Tea
  • China suppliers of Green tea
  • Green Tea Exporters
  • Green Tea Indian Manufacturers
  • Manufacturers of Green Tea
  • Sellers of Green Tea
  • Trade Leads of Green Tea
  • Green Tea Suppliers
  • Exporters of Green Tea
  • Green Tea Trade Leads
  • Green Tea Buyers List 1
  • Green Tea Buyers List 2
  • Green Tea Buyers List 3

 Safety and Guides

  • Cancer Fighting Diet - Green Tea
  • Drug guide-Green Tea
  • A glance of Green Tea
  • Guidelines for Good Tea-Making
  • Green Tea can be more than a comforting brew