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Tea | FAO | منظمة الأغذية والزراعة للأمم المتحدة العربية English العربية English house نبذة عن شعبة الأسواق والتجارة لوازم الإعلام دليل العاملين نطاقات العمل أسواق السلع على المستوى العالمي النظام العالمي للمعلومات والإنذار المبكر السياسات والشراكات التجارية اتجاهات وتحديات وفرص جديدة السلع Bananas Citrus Coffee Cotton Grains Jute and hard fibres Meat Dairy Oilcrops Rice Sugar Tea Tropical fruits المطبوعات مركز الرسائل الإخبارية المصادر عن المنظمة عن المنظمة المدير العام الريادة خريطة الهيكل التنظيمي المكاتب حول العالم الأجهزة الرئاسية لجنة الإشراف الاستشارية المنظمة والأمم المتحدة اجتماعات قم بزيارتنا في ميدان العمل الفاو في العمل المشاريع المعايير والسياسات أهداف التنمية المستدامة وسائل الإعلام الأخبار قصة أفضل الممارسات داخل الدول فيديو التصوير مقاطع صوتية البث عبر شبكة الأنترنت مكتب العلاقات الإعلامية الموضوعات الرئيسية الموضوعات الرئيسية الموارد البيانات قصص تفاعلية رسوم المعلومات المطبوعات الدول الأعضاء الملامح القطرية بوابة أعضاء منظمة الأغذية والزراعة بلدان العجز الغذائى ذات الدخل المنخفض المشاركة الشراكات انضم لفريق عملنا اسأل المنظمة المنظمة على مواقع التواصل الاجتماعي استثمر Print Send شعبة الأسواق والتجارة house نبذة عن شعبة الأسواق والتجارة نطاقات العمل السلع المطبوعات مركز الرسائل الإخبارية المصادر Tea Origins of Tea Tea is a beverage made from the Camellia sinensis plant (as opposed to herbal "teas" which are infusions made from plants that have nothing to do with Camellia sinensis ). (...) Drinking tea can bring many health benefits, from anti-inflammatory to antioxidant and weight loss effects. China, Korea and Japan have four tea cultivation sites designated as Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) by FAO.    
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Score: 1865781.2 - https://www.fao.org/markets-and-trade/commodities/tea/ar/
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Tea | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations English English house About Us Media Kit Staff Directory Areas of Work Global Commodity Markets Global Information Early Warning System Trade Policy and Partnerships Emerging Trends, Challenges and Opportunities Commodities Bananas Citrus Coffee Cotton Grains Jute and hard fibres Meat Dairy Oilcrops Rice Sugar Tea Tropical fruits Publications Newsletters Resources About FAO About us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us In action FAO at work Projects Standards and Policies Sustainable Development Goals Media News Stories Countries good practices Video Photos Audio Webcast Media contacts Main topics Main topics content Resources Data Interactive stories Infographics Publications Member countries Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Get involved Partnerships Work with us Ask FAO FAO on social media Invest Print Send Markets and Trade house About Us Areas of Work Commodities Publications Newsletters Resources Tea Origins of Tea Tea is a beverage made from the Camellia sinensis plant (as opposed to herbal "teas" which are infusions made from plants that have nothing to do with Camellia sinensis ). (...) Drinking tea can bring many health benefits, from anti-inflammatory to antioxidant and weight loss effects. China, Korea and Japan have four tea cultivation sites designated as Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) by FAO.    
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Score: 1865781.2 - https://www.fao.org/economic/est/est-commodities/tea/en/
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Tea | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations English English house About Us Media Kit Staff Directory Areas of Work Global Commodity Markets Global Information Early Warning System Trade Policy and Partnerships Emerging Trends, Challenges and Opportunities Commodities Bananas Citrus Coffee Cotton Grains Jute and hard fibres Meat Dairy Oilcrops Rice Sugar Tea Tropical fruits Publications Newsletters Resources About FAO About us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us In action FAO at work Projects Standards and Policies Sustainable Development Goals Media News Stories Countries good practices Video Photos Audio Webcast Media contacts Main topics Main topics content Resources Data Interactive stories Infographics Publications Member countries Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Get involved Partnerships Work with us Ask FAO FAO on social media Invest Print Send Markets and Trade house About Us Areas of Work Commodities Publications Newsletters Resources Tea Origins of Tea Tea is a beverage made from the Camellia sinensis plant (as opposed to herbal "teas" which are infusions made from plants that have nothing to do with Camellia sinensis ). (...) Drinking tea can bring many health benefits, from anti-inflammatory to antioxidant and weight loss effects. China, Korea and Japan have four tea cultivation sites designated as Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) by FAO.    
Language:English
Score: 1865781.2 - https://www.fao.org/markets-and-trade/commodities/tea/en/
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Tea | FAO | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture English Français English Français house À propos Dossier d’information Répertoire du personnel Domaines de travail Marchés mondiaux des produits de base Système mondial d’information et d’alerte rapide Politiques commerciales et partenariats Tendances émergentes, défis et possibilités Produits Bananas Citrus Coffee Cotton Grains Jute and hard fibres Meat Dairy Oilcrops Rice Sugar Tea Tropical fruits Publications Bulletins électroniques Ressources À propos de la FAO À propos Directeur Général Leadership Organigramme de la FAO Bureaux dans le monde Organes directeurs Comité consultatif de contrôle La FAO et l'ONU Réunions Rendez-nous visite En action Le travail de la FAO Projects Normes et politiques Objectifs de développement durable Médias Actualités Histoires Bonnes pratiques au niveau national Vidéo Photographie Audio Webcast Contacts presse Principaux sujets Principaux sujets Ressources Data Histoires interactives Infographie Publications États membres Profils des pays FAO Members Gateway Pays à Faible Revenu et à Déficit Vivrier Participez Partenariats Travailler avec nous Demandez à la FAO La FAO dans les médiassociaux Investir Print Send Marchés et commerce house À propos Domaines de travail Produits Publications Bulletins électroniques Ressources Tea Origins of Tea Tea is a beverage made from the Camellia sinensis plant (as opposed to herbal "teas" which are infusions made from plants that have nothing to do with Camellia sinensis ). (...) Drinking tea can bring many health benefits, from anti-inflammatory to antioxidant and weight loss effects. China, Korea and Japan have four tea cultivation sites designated as Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) by FAO.    
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Score: 1865781.2 - https://www.fao.org/markets-and-trade/commodities/tea/fr/
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Tea | ФАО | Продовольственная и сельскохозяйственная организация Объединенных Наций English Русский English Русский house О нас Медиа Секция для персонала Наша работа Глобальные товарные рынки Глобальная система информирования и раннего предупреждения Торговая политика и партнёрство Современные тенденции, вызовы и возможности Сырьевые товары Bananas Citrus Coffee Cotton Grains Jute and hard fibres Meat Dairy Oilcrops Rice Sugar Tea Tropical fruits Публикации Рассылка новостей Ресурсы О ФАО О нас Генеральный директор Руководящая работа Организационная структура ФАО Международная сеть отделений Руководящие органы Консультативный комитет по надзору ФАО и ООН Совещания Посетите нас Мы в действии ФАО за работой Проекты Стандарты и регламентированные подходы Цели в области устойчивого развития СМИ Новости Истории Передовой опыт стран Видео Фотография Аудио Прямая трансляция Контакты для СМИ Основные темы Основные темы Ресурсы Данные Интерактивные истории Инфографика Публикации Страны-члены Профили стран Портал для членов ФАО Страны с низким уровнем дохода и дефицитом продовольствия Примите участие Партнерства Работать вместе с нами Спросите ФАО ФАО в социальных сетях Инвестировать Print Send Рынки и торговля house О нас Наша работа Сырьевые товары Публикации Рассылка новостей Ресурсы Tea Origins of Tea Tea is a beverage made from the Camellia sinensis plant (as opposed to herbal "teas" which are infusions made from plants that have nothing to do with Camellia sinensis ). (...) Drinking tea can bring many health benefits, from anti-inflammatory to antioxidant and weight loss effects. China, Korea and Japan have four tea cultivation sites designated as Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) by FAO.    
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Score: 1865781.2 - https://www.fao.org/markets-and-trade/commodities/tea/ru/
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Tea | FAO | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura English Español English Español house Sobre nosotros Material de prensa Directorio del personal Áreas de trabajo Mercados mundiales de productos básicos Sistema mundial de información y alerta sobre la alimentación y la agricultura Políticas comerciales y asociaciones Nuevas tendencias, desafíos y oportunidades Productos básicos Bananas Citrus Coffee Cotton Grains Jute and hard fibres Meat Dairy Oilcrops Rice Sugar Tea Tropical fruits Publicaciones Centro de boletines Recursos Acerca de la FAO La Organización Director General Liderazgo Organigrama de la FAO Oficinas en el mundo Órganos rectores Comité Consultivo de Supervisión La FAO y la ONU Reuniones Visítenos En acción El trabajo de la FAO Proyectos Normas y políticas Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible Medios Noticias Articulos Buenas prácticas de los países Vídeos Fotografía Audio Webcast Contactos para los medios Temas principales Temas principales Recursos Datos Artículos interactivos Infografías Publicaciones Estados Miembros Perfiles de los países Portal para los Miembros de la FAO Países de Bajos Ingresos y con Déficit de Alimentos Participe Colaboraciones Trabaja con nosotros Pregúntale a la FAO La FAO en las redes sociales Invertir Print Send Mercados y Comercio house Sobre nosotros Áreas de trabajo Productos básicos Publicaciones Centro de boletines Recursos Tea Origins of Tea Tea is a beverage made from the Camellia sinensis plant (as opposed to herbal "teas" which are infusions made from plants that have nothing to do with Camellia sinensis ). (...) Drinking tea can bring many health benefits, from anti-inflammatory to antioxidant and weight loss effects. China, Korea and Japan have four tea cultivation sites designated as Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) by FAO.    
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Score: 1811261.3 - https://www.fao.org/markets-and-trade/commodities/tea/es/
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Magic in a cup that protects and heals During the event, the participants extolled the numerous health benefits that tea offers, including its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and weight loss effects. World per capita consumption of tea increased by 3 percent over the last decade, driven by rising per capita income and population growth in developing and emerging markets. (...) The high-level speakers included Inam Karimov , Minister for Agriculture, Azerbaijan; TANG Renjian , Minister for Agriculture and Rural Affairs, China (via video message); Stefano Patuanelli , Minister for Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies, the Republic of Italy (via video message); Hamadi Boga, Principal Secretary for Crops Development and Agricultural Research, Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, the Republic of Kenya; Maneesh Gobin , Attorney General, Minister for Agro-Industry and Food Security, Mauritius; Anup Wadhawan , Commerce Secretary, India; Shabnam Weber , President, Tea and Herbal Association, Canada. Closing the high-level segment, FAO Chief Economist Máximo Torero Cullen stressed that tea lies at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development contributing to such objectives as ending poverty, eradicating hunger, and enhancing the sustainable management and utilisation of natural resources. (...) Composite photo from left: FAO Director-General QU Dongyu; Inam Karimov, Minister for Agriculture, Azerbaijan; TANG Renjian, Minister for Agriculture and Rural Affairs, China; Stefano Patuanelli, Minister of Agricultural and Forestry Policies, Italy; Shabnam Weber, President, Tea and Herbal Association, Canada; Representative of Government of Kenya on behalf of Raychelle A.
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Score: 1807117.6 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/en/item/1401575/icode/
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Magic in a cup that protects and heals During the event, the participants extolled the numerous health benefits that tea offers, including its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and weight loss effects. World per capita consumption of tea increased by 3 percent over the last decade, driven by rising per capita income and population growth in developing and emerging markets. (...) The high-level speakers included Inam Karimov , Minister for Agriculture, Azerbaijan; TANG Renjian , Minister for Agriculture and Rural Affairs, China (via video message); Stefano Patuanelli , Minister for Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies, the Republic of Italy (via video message); Hamadi Boga, Principal Secretary for Crops Development and Agricultural Research, Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, the Republic of Kenya; Maneesh Gobin , Attorney General, Minister for Agro-Industry and Food Security, Mauritius; Anup Wadhawan , Commerce Secretary, India; Shabnam Weber , President, Tea and Herbal Association, Canada. Closing the high-level segment, FAO Chief Economist Máximo Torero Cullen stressed that tea lies at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development contributing to such objectives as ending poverty, eradicating hunger, and enhancing the sustainable management and utilisation of natural resources. (...) Composite photo from left: FAO Director-General QU Dongyu; Inam Karimov, Minister for Agriculture, Azerbaijan; TANG Renjian, Minister for Agriculture and Rural Affairs, China; Stefano Patuanelli, Minister of Agricultural and Forestry Policies, Italy; Shabnam Weber, President, Tea and Herbal Association, Canada; Representative of Government of Kenya on behalf of Raychelle A.
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Score: 1807117.6 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/it/item/1401575/icode/
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RECOMMENDED METHODS FOR THE IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF SYNTHETIC CANNABINOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS IN SEIZED MATERIALS
Since then, hundreds of new herbal products with different brand names have been marketed. (...) These substances are not only procured by mass producers of these herbal products but also by end users who would concoct their own blend of herbal mixtures. (...) These products are usually used for large-scale production of herbal preparations or by the end users who would concoct their own blend of herbal mixtures.
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Score: 1802673.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=ST/NAR/48&Lang=E
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It appears that the antioxidant levels in the 1 tonne bags decreased at a slower rate indicating less consumption of the antioxidant and therefore potentially a slower rate of oxidation. (...) The highest decrease in antioxidant of roughly 55% still leaves sufficient antioxidant remaining to protect fish meal for another period of up to 6 months or more. (...) In addition, the dosage levels result in uncertainty of the actual antioxidant dosage due to varying antioxidant formulations with different concentrations.
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Score: 1720741.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...9/DGPWG.19.WP.020.1.rev.en.pdf
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