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Jul 26, 2012
Rwandan tea is now listed on RateTea, with the first example being a green tea sold by the small, NJ-based company Butiki Teas.

Jul 26, 2012
RateTea reports on the level of acidity in tea, particularly black tea, and herbal teas. Although tea is mildly acidic, its level of acidity is well within the range of other mild foods and drinks and is completely safe. RateTea provides details.

Jun 08, 2012
RateTea, an interactive tea rating website with a database of thousands of teas, enables users to search for fair trade certified teas, and enables users to browse tea companies that offer fair trade teas for sale in their catalog.

May 25, 2012
RateTea researches and makes readily avaliable data on the countries of origin of teas sold by commercial tea companies; RateTea reports on Teavana, summarizing the countries of origin of the teas sold by Teavana.

May 25, 2012
RateTea reports on ratings and reviews of Teavana's teas, as of May of 2012. The three most often-rated teas from Teavana are Monkey Picked Oolong Tea, Golden Monkey Black Tea, and Assam Gold Rain Black Tea, all pure teas.

Apr 05, 2012
RateTea has published a new resource on the topic of the oxidation of tea, exploring questions about the level of oxidation in various teas, and the relationship between oxidation and classification of tea as black, green, oolong, etc.

Apr 05, 2012
Uganda is an important tea producing country in Africa, but single origin tea from Uganda remains unavailable on the Western market. RateTea explores challenges facing the Ugandan tea industry in its new article on Ugandan tea.

Mar 27, 2012
RateTea, an online community for rating and reviewing teas, which classifies teas by region of origin, has added maps of tea producing counties in Fujian province of China, as well as other provinces, including Zhejiang, Anhui, and Jiangxi.

Mar 22, 2012
Black teas in the style of Keemun, a black tea named for Qimen county in China's Anhui province, are now produced outside of Anhui province, including in Hubei and Jiangxi provinces, and in Taiwan. RateTea separates these on their tea rating website.

Mar 22, 2012
Different decaffeination processes used to produce decaf tea and coffee differ in their relative safety as well as effects on flavor. RateTea, a tea rating website, explains the effects of different processes on both the safety and flavor of tea.

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