Brief overview of China’s tea import and export from January to October 2023

Oolong Tea
Market & Price Trends
Bulk Green Tea
Coffee & Tea
Published Nov 22, 2023

Tridge summary

From January to October 2023, tea exports in the country decreased in volume, value, and average price compared to the previous year. Green tea, black tea, Pu'er tea, and dark tea all experienced a decline in exports, with Pu'er tea having the largest decrease. However, Oolong tea showed the largest export growth rate. In terms of tea imports, there was a decrease in volume but an increase in average price. Green tea, oolong tea, yerba mate, and Pu'er tea imports decreased, while black tea and dark tea imports showed a growth trend, with dark tea having the largest increase. The top tea import markets were Sri Lanka, India, Myanmar, Burundi, and Malawi, with Myanmar experiencing the largest decline in imports and Burundi having the highest increase.
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Original content

Tea export situation ​ According to customs statistics, from January to October 2023, my country's tea exports were 301,800 tons, with a value of US$1.455 billion, and an average price of US$4.82/kg, down 2.21%, 14.96% and 13% respectively year-on-year. ​ Among various tea categories, the exports of green tea (252,800 tons), black tea (24,600 tons), Pu'er tea (1,434 tons) and dark tea (241 tons) showed a downward trend, with Pu'er tea having the largest decline of 11.1%; Oolong tea (17,100 tons) The largest export growth rate reached 3.29%. ​ The top 10 tea export markets are Morocco, Ghana, Uzbekistan, Algeria, Senegal, Mauritania, Russia, Mali, Benin and Japan. Exports to Morocco were 47,500 tons, the largest decrease of 26.07%; exports to Algeria were 1.76 million tons, with the largest increase reaching 93.54%. ​ Tea import situation ​ According to customs statistics, from January to October 2023, my country imported 32,800 tons of tea, valued at US$117 million, a ...
Source: Foodmate
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