Pakistan Tea Association was formed in 1972, Located on 1st Floor, Muhammad Bux Building, West Wharf Road, Karachi.
The purpose of forming this association was to have a dialogue between Government Authorities and Importers.
Below members were the pioneers and played a vital role to form the association and to address the genuine issues of the members.
- Mr. Abdul Waheed Khawaja (Late)
- Mr. Abdul Samad (Late)
- Mr. Haji Razzak Janoo (Late)
- Mr. Hanif Janoo
- Mr. Aftab F. Tapal
Pakistan Tea Association is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to promoting tea and its unique story for the benefit of those who produce, sell, and enjoy tea all over the world.
- Black and green teas differ in their caffeine content. Green tea contains between 9 and 50 milligrams of caffeine per cup(150 ML), while black tea offers 42 to 72 milligrams(max 0.05%), according to the Linus Pauling Institute.
- This caffeine can temporarily increase your mental alertness, promote productivity and perhaps even aid in weight loss, but it can also keep you up at night, especially if you consume too much — for example, drinking several cups of tea per day.
- On behalf of its members, the Pakistan Tea Association works closely with the Food and Drink Federation, Pakistan Food Standards Agency, Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs, the European Food Standards Agency and a range of international bodies, to ensure that the quality of tea imported into different countries meets the highest possible standards as regulated by law.