A business delegation of Indian tea industry visited Taiwan last week and explored possibilities of expanding two-way trade.
The delegation, led by Tea Board of India chairman M.G.V.K. Bhanu, visited Taiwan from June 28 to July 1, and held meetings with important stakeholders of the Taiwan tea industry.
The delegation also held a meeting at the Taiwan government's Council of Agriculture where possibilities of cooperation with Indian tea companies were discussed, according to a Tea Board of India release here Wednesday.
India-Taipei Association director general Pradeep Kumar Rawat stressed the need to publicise and popularise Indian tea in Taiwan.
"The ready-to-drink (RTD) segment offers huge scope for expansion as the masala tea is very popular in Taiwan," Rawat said.