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In our blog you will find interesting travel reports from our purchasing staff, tips from our experienced tasters and interesting facts about tea.
BIOFACH 2023 will once again take place and Wollenhaupt will participate!
Visit us from Tuesday 14 to Friday 17, February 2023 in hall 9 at booth…
11/07/2022 | The slightly different green tea:
While the practice of roasting tea already has a long tradition in Japan, houjicha continues to be an innovative novelty on the European market.
08/11/2021 | Teas for Children
The little tea drinkers of today are the GROWN-UP tea drinkers of tomorrow!
Children are our future, and yet in many countries – including Germany –…
From 15 to 17 February, BIOFACH - the world's largest trade fair for organic consumer goods - took place digitally for the first time.
Due to the…
Our organic tea assortment is growing continuously and the demand is increasing. Due to the new EU Organic Regulation, the requirements for flavoured…
On the basis of the information available to us we would like to give you an update on the First Flush crop 2020.
BIOFACH, the world's largest exhibition and leading trade fair for organic consumer goods, took place in Nuremberg from 12th to 15th February. About…
11/29/2019 | Organic Tea – a Trend with a Future and Great Potential
Organic stands for quality, conviction and the responsible use of nature’s resources. In times of important discussions about the environment, there…
We have long been passionate about this fascinating, millennia-old tea culture with its extraordinarily wide variety of
products and quality. Benefit…
09/12/2019 | An origin with more than a 1,000 years of Tea Tradition
Currently more popular than ever - teas from Japan!
Teas from Japan with their history going back over 1,000 years are today receiving ever more…
07/31/2019 | From Dibrugarh to Kochi
No distance is too far for us when it comes to the best quality. And that’s why our Managing Director, Dirk Wollenhaupt, travels to the countries of…
07/17/2019 | Now Also in Organic Quality
Vietnam may not be as well-known as China and Japan for green tea, but there is an equally long tradition of tea. In the past, tea from this country…
Vietnam is the second largest producer of star anise in the world. Around 20,000 tonnes of star anise are harvested per year on
Christian Plate, our spice and fruit expert from the purchasing department, travelled to the middle of the tropical rainforest to inspect the quality…