Tea Market in Middle East and Africa


Market Overview

Tea is prepared by steeping hot or boiling water over the cured or fresh leaves of Camellia sinensis. This plant produces traditional teas such as black, white, green, yellow, oolong, and yerba mate, all containing caffeine. The tea market in Middle East and Africa is projected to rise by USD 9.1 billion by 2029, according to the latest market study results. It is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 12.4 percent during the forecast period.

The report provides a comprehensive overview of the Middle East and Africa tea industry, covering a study of the key players operating in the market. It includes an analysis of market segments and sub-segments, taking into consideration factors such as product type, packaging, distribution channel, and country. By examining these aspects, the report offers valuable insights into the potential of the tea industry. Moreover, the report presents statistical information, including market size, market share, growth rate, and forecasts specifically tailored to the tea industry. This data-driven analysis equips industry professionals with the necessary information to assess the current market landscape, make well-informed decisions, and identify growth opportunities within the sector.


Market Segmentation

The tea market in Middle East and Africa is segmented as below:
Product type: black tea, fruit & herbal tea, green tea, instant tea, and others
Packaging: flexible packaging, paper containers, and others (glass, metal, etc.)
Distribution channel: convenience stores, supermarkets and hypermarkets, specialty stores, small grocery stores, e-commerce, and others
Country: Egypt, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, and others

The Middle East and Africa tea market is segmented on the basis of product type, packaging, distribution channel, and country. By product type, the tea market in Middle East and Africa has been segmented into black tea, fruit & herbal tea, green tea, instant tea, and others. Based upon packaging, the tea market in Middle East and Africa is categorized into flexible packaging, paper containers, and others (glass, metal, etc.). On the basis of distribution channel, the tea market in Middle East and Africa has been segmented into convenience stores, supermarkets and hypermarkets, specialty stores, small grocery stores, e-commerce, and others. Geographically, the tea market in Middle East and Africa is segmented into Egypt, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, and others.


Competitive Landscape

The Middle East and Africa tea market is highly competitive. Key companies profiled in the report include Afri Tea and Coffee Blenders (1963) Ltd., Ahmad Tea Ltd., Akbar Brothers Ltd., Al Jawhara Group, AlKabous Group, Altunkaya Group of Companies, AMS Baeshen & Co., Associated British Foods plc, Asta Group, Avi Ltd., Badawy Group For Food Industries, CAMEROON TEA ESTATES, Canal Food SARL, Chai Bora Limited, CIHAN Group, Eagle Investments Limited, Ethio Agri-CEFT plc, EURL Boushaba Import & Export, Excelo S.A., Finlays Colombo PLC, Gold Crown Beverages (K) Ltd., Groupe Bellakhdar, groupe Holmarcom, Karirana Estates Limited, Kenya Tea Development Agency Ltd, Lipton Teas and Infusions, Mido Food Company S.A., Promasidor (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd., Qualitea Ceylon (PVT) Ltd., Saadeldeen Tea FZ LLC, Tata Consumer Products Ltd., Wissotzky Tea (Israel) Ltd.

The report is an indispensable tool for companies and organizations operating in the tea industry. It offers a comprehensive overview of the market, empowering industry executives, policy makers, academics, and analysts to make well-informed decisions. The report provides valuable insights and analysis, presenting a cohesive and detailed perspective on the tea market.


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Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
FIGURES AND TABLES
1. Scope and Methodology
1.1 Key Findings
1.2 Report Scope
1.3 Research Methodology
2. Market Overview
3. Middle East and Africa Tea Market – Product Type Analysis
3.1 Black tea
3.2 Fruit & herbal tea
3.3 Green tea
3.4 Instant tea
3.5 Others
4. Middle East and Africa Tea Market – Packaging Analysis
4.1 Flexible packaging
4.2 Paper containers
4.3 Others (glass, metal, etc.)
5. Middle East and Africa Tea Market – Distribution Channel Analysis
5.1 Convenience stores
5.2 Supermarkets and hypermarkets
5.3 Specialty stores
5.4 Small grocery stores
5.5 E-commerce
5.6 Others
6. Middle East and Africa Tea Market – Country Analysis
6.1 Egypt
6.2 Nigeria
6.3 Saudi Arabia
6.4 South Africa
6.5 United Arab Emirates
6.6 Others
7. Company Profiles
7.1 Afri Tea and Coffee Blenders (1963) Ltd.
7.2 Ahmad Tea Ltd.
7.3 Akbar Brothers Ltd.
7.4 Al Jawhara Group
7.5 AlKabous Group
7.6 Altunkaya Group of Companies
7.7 AMS Baeshen & Co.
7.8 Associated British Foods plc
7.9 Asta Group
7.10 Avi Ltd.
7.11 Badawy Group For Food Industries
7.12 CAMEROON TEA ESTATES
7.13 Canal Food SARL
7.14 Chai Bora Limited
7.15 CIHAN Group
7.16 Eagle Investments Limited
7.17 Ethio Agri-CEFT plc
7.18 EURL Boushaba Import & Export
7.19 Excelo S.A.
7.20 Finlays Colombo PLC
7.21 Gold Crown Beverages (K) Ltd.
7.22 Groupe Bellakhdar
7.23 groupe Holmarcom
7.24 Karirana Estates Limited
7.25 Kenya Tea Development Agency Ltd
7.26 Lipton Teas and Infusions
7.27 Mido Food Company S.A.
7.28 Promasidor (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd.
7.29 Qualitea Ceylon (PVT) Ltd.
7.30 Saadeldeen Tea FZ LLC
7.31 Tata Consumer Products Ltd.
7.32 Wissotzky Tea (Israel) Ltd.
DISCLAIMER


Companies Mentioned

Afri Tea and Coffee Blenders (1963) Ltd.
Ahmad Tea Ltd.
Akbar Brothers Ltd.
Al Jawhara Group
AlKabous Group
Altunkaya Group of Companies
AMS Baeshen & Co.
Associated British Foods plc
Asta Group
Avi Ltd.
Badawy Group For Food Industries
CAMEROON TEA ESTATES
Canal Food SARL
Chai Bora Limited
CIHAN Group
Eagle Investments Limited
Ethio Agri-CEFT plc
EURL Boushaba Import & Export
Excelo S.A.
Finlays Colombo PLC
Gold Crown Beverages (K) Ltd.
Groupe Bellakhdar
groupe Holmarcom
Karirana Estates Limited
Kenya Tea Development Agency Ltd
Lipton Teas and Infusions
Mido Food Company S.A.
Promasidor (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd.
Qualitea Ceylon (PVT) Ltd.
Saadeldeen Tea FZ LLC
Tata Consumer Products Ltd.
Wissotzky Tea (Israel) Ltd.


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