NEW YORK -- Specialty teas may be the next big luxury food item, according to experts at the "Brewing a Strong Bottom Line" seminar at the Fancy Foods Show here last week. "Tea today is a long way from your mother's afternoon tea," said Joe Simrany, president of the Tea Council of the USA, the education and public relations branch of the Tea Association of the USA. "What's changed about tea now is that it's appealing to a much broader audience." The tea category in general has seen sales ...

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