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PRODUCT STRATEGY [pic] Zealong has branded itself as the world’s purest tea, with the highest of quality standards, and crafted by the world’s best tea masters. Marketing itself as a premium oolong tea, Zealong has gone the extra mile and was granted ISO22000 HACCP certification, the world’s highest safety standard, being the sole tea company to receive such certification. To achieve the ISO22000 certification, hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) systems were implemented to...

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Cup of Tea

The opening passage in Katherine Mansfield's short story "A Cup of Tea" introduces the protagonist in a manner that will serve to underscore the importance of irony to the tale. What is easy to miss in this deceptively pedestrian opening is the invitation to the reader to become part of the storytelling process through an unexpected interrelation with the implied reader: "no, you couldn't have called her beautiful." Not much later, the reader is again made complicit in the telling of Rosemary Fell's...

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The British Love Affair with Tea

Love Affair With Tea It has been said that the British people ruled an empire so vast that “the sun never set on the British flag.” The British Empire ruled land on every continent and until the late 20th century was the worlds leading superpower. This rise in power and dominance of the world was fueled and directed by the British Empires need to supply its people with a cheap source of tea. During the late 18th century, the people of Britain were exposed to a new beverage, tea. This beverage...

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Soursop (Guyabano) Tea

production of tea from guyabano leaves. It also deals with the investigation of the quality of the tea produced and compares it to commercialized tea. The tea was produced by following the method of cutting, drying and heating. The finished product was then tested for its quality through testing and comparison to commercialized tea. As based on the results, the guyabano leaves can be made into a tea. The tea produced from guyabano leaves following an easy steps, the tea was observed...

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Bubble Milk Tea

the most famous drink in Hong Kong. A shopkeeper was mixing red tea with milk busily, and the other shopkeeper was adding black glutinous rice ball and ice to the drink. After a few minutes, cups of cold bubble milk tea were served to the customs that were waiting outside. And this scene is always happening beside Prince Edward MTR B station, there are two bubble milk tea shops. One is the international biggest Bubble Milk Tea Shop “Come Buy”; and the other is a little one called “Little Giant...

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Synopsis on Tea Industry

SYNOPSIS On OVERVIEW ON TEA INDYSTRY (INDIA) Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of degree of BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINSTRATION (BBA) AMRAPALI INSTITTUTE (SESSION: 2009-2012) Under the guidance of Submitted By: Mrs. Ritu Tiwari Mohit Prasad Agrawal ...

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Coffee and Tea Preference and Addiction

the probable causes of this dependency, and if routine caffeine usage could lead to potentially harmful effects? In the study “The genetics of tea and coffee drinking and preference for source of caffeine in a large community sample of twins,” (Luciano, Kirk, Heath & Martin) researchers investigated the prospective genetic and environmental influences on tea and coffee consumption and preference. Studies have shown that long-term caffeine use is likely to increase potentially dangerous withdrawl symptoms...

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Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Improves Retention Using Blanchard’s Situational Leadership® II CUSTOMER FEATURE: Typically, an annual corporate growth rate of about 25% would be cause for celebration. But, when that type of rapid growth is coupled with extremely high employee and management turnover, the festivities are short-lived. The Los Angeles-based Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, one of the largest privately owned, familyrun coffee and tea companies, was facing this very dilemma in 2001 when Michael Serchia...

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Isolation of Caffeine from Tea

November 20, 2012 Group mates: Date of Submission: November 28, 2012 Experiment No. 1 ISOLATION OF CAFFEINE FROM TEA I. Introduction Caffeine is a very common substance and is found in coffee, tea, soft drinks, chocolate, and "stay-awake" pills such as Vivarin. It can be synthesized or isolated from natural sources. Caffeine constitutes approximately 4% of tea and coffee leaves, and is also found in cola nuts and cacao beans. Caffeine is a member of the class of compounds organic...

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Tea Ingredients

Sweet Orange Tea Ingredients 1/2 cup sugar 2 cups boiling water 6 black tea bags (recommended: Lipton) 4 1/2 cups cold water 1 1/2 cups fresh orange juice, strained if a clearer tea is desired 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice Ice cubes Thin lemon or orange wedges, garnish Sprigs fresh mint, garnish Directions In a medium pot, pour the boiling water over the sugar and stir to dissolve. Add the tea bags and steep for 8 to 10 minutes. Remove the tea bags with a slotted spoon...

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