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Mauritius: The Mauritian tea attracted the Chinese market

Mauritius: The Mauritian tea attracted the Chinese market
The Mauritian tea company Bois Cheri, located in the south of the island since 1892, finds its flavor of the past with a growth that could explode with the importation of ten tons of tea to China.

The Middle Kingdom has set his sights on the Mauritian Bois Cheri tea produced in natural conditions on 300 hectares.

Chinese customers will even come to Mauritius to take the land where it is grown tea.

"The Mauritian tea complies with environmental standards. Chinese people love the Mauritian tea ... They are convinced of the quality of the tea", said Pauline Audiger, responsible for exporting tea of Bois Chéri to Le Matinal newspaper.

The Mauritian Bois Cheri tea, for 40 tons, is currently exported mainly to France, South Africa and Australia.

Fabrice François

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