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Tea Market in Middle East and Africa 2022
10 March 2022
Middle East and Africa
Tea is an aromatic beverage prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured or fresh leaves of Camellia sinensis. Traditional teas originating from the Camellia sinensis plant include black, white, green, yellow, oolong, and yerba mate, all of which contain caffeine. The tea market in Middle East and Africa is poised to grow by US$ 5.51 billion during 2022-2028, progressing at a CAGR of 7.8% during the forecast period, according to data and analytics company StrategyHelix.
The report provides up-to-date market size data for period 2018-2021 and forecast to 2028 covering key market aspects like sales value for tea. The Middle East and Africa tea market is segmented on the basis of product, distribution channel, and country. By product, the tea market in Middle East and Africa has been segmented into black tea, fruit & herbal tea, green tea, instant tea, and others. Based upon distribution channel, the tea market in Middle East and Africa is categorized into supermarkets & hypermarkets, grocery stores, online retailing, specialized stores, and others. Geographically, the tea market in Middle East and Africa is segmented into South Africa, and United Arab Emirates.
The Middle East and Africa tea market is highly competitive. The report also includes the profiles of leading companies such as Al Jawhara Group, Alokozay International Ltd., AMS Baeshen & Co., Associated British Foods plc, Avi Ltd., Badawy Group For Food Industries, Finlays Colombo PLC, Tata Consumer Products Ltd., The SEKEM Group, Unilever PLC.
The report is an invaluable resource for companies and organizations active in this industry. It provides a cohesive picture of the tea market to help drive informed decision making for industry executives, policy makers, academic, and analysts.
Product: black tea, fruit & herbal tea, green tea, instant tea, and others
Distribution channel: supermarkets & hypermarkets, grocery stores, online retailing, specialized stores, and others
Country: South Africa, and United Arab Emirates
Years considered: this report covers the period 2018 to 2028
Key Benefits for Stakeholders
– Get a comprehensive picture of the Middle East and Africa tea market
– Identify regional strategies and strategic priorities on the basis of local data
– Pinpoint growth sectors and trends for investment
Table of Contents
1. Market definition
2. Research methodology
3. Market data and outlook
3.1 Market size estimates
4. Tea market by product
4.1 Black tea
4.2 Fruit & herbal tea
4.3 Green tea
4.4 Instant tea
5. Tea market by distribution channel
5.1 Supermarkets & hypermarkets
5.2 Grocery stores
5.3 Online retailing
5.4 Specialized stores
6. Tea market by country
6.1 South Africa
6.2 United Arab Emirates
7. Company profiles
7.1 Al Jawhara Group
7.2 Alokozay International Ltd.
7.3 AMS Baeshen & Co.
7.4 Associated British Foods plc
7.5 Avi Ltd.
7.6 Badawy Group For Food Industries
7.7 Finlays Colombo PLC
7.8 Tata Consumer Products Ltd.
7.9 The SEKEM Group
7.10 Unilever PLC
8.1 About StrategyHelix