Did you know tea leaves can be used in more than one way? We bring you some genius tips to reuse brewed tea leaves and even the fresh ones. Read on.
A food blogger gave us a glimpse behind the mechanised process of how tea leaves are manufactured in Assam. Assam is home to some of the best tea gardens in the country.
From cooking to cleaning, leftover tea leaves can be repurposed and used in a number of surprising ways. Use tea leaves even after they have been used before to make your tea.
As per Tea Board Of India, tea leaves that get damaged during manufacturing process are often treated with various colouring agents to improve their appearance and price.
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The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India, the country’s apex food regulator, shared the process in a video on Instagram.
Indians and tea have an unbreakable bond; no matter what time or day it is, drinking tea is one of our favourite habits. Tea is available in two forms- as loose leaves and tea bags.
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The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), looking at the widespread use of tea bags, has taken cognisance of the potentially harmful staple pins used in packaging tea leaves in tea bags and ...
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