Whether it’s Moringa Ole in Egypt, Turkish Oralet tea, or the aromatic Assamese Tea – this is a beverage that’s loved world-over. Many startups, brands and sellers across the globe have identified the popularity and demand, and have been successfully running a tea export business. Closer home, Bala Sarda started Vahdam Teas with the same passion to serve Indian chai to global customers. “By infusing innovative technology and eliminating unnecessary middlemen from our sourcing process, we want to revolutionize the way the world drinks tea,” the founder of the New Delhi-based brand says.
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program – Amazon Global Selling, he could take his local business to the world. “Ours is a tea loving population and chai, as we know it, is being preferred globally too, so taking my company to different parts of the world was only natural,” he adds. Since the brand’s launch in 2015, Vahdam Teas has shipped more than 100 million cups of tea to over 85 countries across the world.
Bala is one of the thousands of tea exporters from India, who has established their brands in the global markets. In this blog, we’ll help you understand how you can export tea from India in an easy and simple way.