World Tea News features Japanese Green Tea Company on May 14, 2018 article, World Tea Expo Country Tour: Matcha Demand Marks Japanese Tea Market.
The article features opinions of Kei Nishida, CEO of Japanese Green Tea Company about green tea trend in Japan as a result of an interview conducted by World Tea News.
World Tea news quotes Japanese Green Tea Company as "Not-to-miss Booths at World Tea Expo".
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