B2B Tea Sourcing & Supplier Marketplace | Torg

Are you looking for wholesale and b2b tea sourcing? Look no further than Torg – the leading marketplace for food products. We offer an immense selection of teas from suppliers around the world in various categories such as Green Tea, Black Tea, Oolong Tea, White Tea, Herbal Tea and more. Whether you need private label packaging or bulk orders, our experienced team of experts can help you find what you’re looking for.

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Recent Supply Chain Issues Related To Tea

  1. Volatility in Tea Supply Chain: Tea is a commodity with a long and complex supply chain. It involves many stakeholders, including farmers, brokers, traders, packagers and processors. Due to its global nature, tea supply chains are susceptible to economic and political shifts around the world that could impact the availability of tea at any given time. For example, in 2020 the COVID-19 pandemic has caused volatility in prices for tea due to decreased labor availability in certain parts of Asia that grow and package tea. Additionally, extreme weather conditions can also affect the supply of tea significantly as witnessed during Cyclone Idai in 2019 which flooded areas where many African countries grow tea leaves.
  2. Taxation Impact on Tea Supply Chain: The Tea Act of 1773 allowed Britain’s East India Company to sell directly to consumers in the American colonies without paying colonial taxes on imported goods. This artificially lowered prices for British imports over domestic products leading to heavy resistance from American merchants who had been selling their own domestic products alongside those from Britain prior to this act. The resistance culminated into what is now known as the Boston Tea Party which was a major driving force behind America’s revolution against Britain and independence from them.

  1. Growth in Demand: Over the past few decades, there has been steady growth in the demand for tea as an alternative to coffee and other beverages. In recent years, this trend has accelerated with b2b buyers from all over the world looking to source tea from suppliers in Spain, Italy, Europe and other Mediterranean countries. Furthermore, private label sourcing of tea is becoming increasingly popular as buyers seek to create their own unique blends and flavours.
  2. Bulk Buying: As more companies start to realize the potential of selling tea products on a wholesale basis, larger orders are now becoming more common. This shift towards bulk buying reflects a growing commercial interest in supplying large retail chains and supermarkets around the globe. It also suggests that businesses understand the cost savings associated with buying large quantities of tea from suppliers directly rather than via resellers.