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The FAO Intergovernmental Group (IGG) on Tea is a forum for intergovernmental consultation and exchange on trends in production, consumption, trade and prices of tea, including regular appraisal of the global market situation and short-term outlook. The Group, under FAO auspices, considers changes in national policies and examines their international effects in relation to the current and prospective market situation. In particular, the IGG 

 

  • conducts a continuing review of short and long term developments in tea production, consumption, trade and prices; and
  • studies the market structure and promotion of tea consumption, considers international action and prepare proposals for submission to governments.

Membership in the Group is open to all Member Nations and Associate Members of FAO, including Observers from international organizations and institutions. Nearly all importing and exporting countries of tea are Members of the IGG.

Twenty-third Session of the Intergovernmental Group on Tea 

The 23rd Session of the Intergovernmental Group will be held in Hangzhou, China from 17 to 20 May 2018.

The session will start on Thursday 17 May. The adoption of the report will be held on Sunday 20 May.

Provisional Agenda and Agenda Notes

 

Meeting Documents 

Emerging Trends in Tea Consumption: Informing a Generic Promotion Process

Developing Futures and Swap Markets for Tea

Fostering Sustainability in Tea Production and Trade: Assessing the Impact of Certification Schemes on Farm Income, Inclusive Rural Development and Market Access

Current Market Situation and Medium Term Outlook for tea to 2027

Previous IGG Sessions

Venue Location