Do they grow tea in Africa?

Tea is mainly grown in Asia, Africa, South America, and around the Black and Caspian Seas. The four biggest tea-producing countries today are China, India, Sri Lanka and Kenya. Together they represent 75% of world production.

Does tea grow in Africa?

Tea producing countries in Africa include Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and South Africa producing about 30% of world exports amounting to some 514,742 tonnes of made tea.

Which country does not have tea plantation?

Similarly ‘Darjeeling located in West Bengal’ is also known for its tea. The climate of all these places are favourable for tea plantations but ‘Girnar hills‘ which is located in ‘Gujarat is in semi arid regions’ where tea plantations is not possible. Therefore, ‘Girnar hills’ have no tea plantations.

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