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For relaxing times, make it Suntory time

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Stiff competition in Thailand’s ready-to-drink Japanese green tea market has led Suntory to focus more on oolong, a traditional Chinese tea. 

Seishi Ueno (right), chief executive of Tipco F&B Co, introduces Tea + with Tanin ‘Bom’ Manoonsilp, the new presenter of Suntory oolong tea.

Green tea is quite a popular beverage in Thailand, topping 12 billion baht a year out of a total 16.5 billion from ready-to-drink teas.

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