How Was "Lipton Tea" Named?
Lipton is the world's biggest tea brand, selling both hot and iced tea around the world. It started as a British tea company, and was founded by Sir Thomas Lipton. The brand name is now owned by Unilever. The company owns several of its own tea plantations — in Kenya, Tanzania and India — as well as buying on the world tea markets.
Lipton Tea represents around 10% of the world market for tea (Euromonitor World Market for Hot Drinks 2004), and forms part of the Unilever Portfolio which sells around 20% of the world's tea, under brands such as PG Tips and Beseda. (Wikipedia)
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