Tea Business HOSF 9397

On Campus

Our Tea Business course examines the entire tea supply chain from grower to consumer, including the numerous intermediate players involved in the import and distribution of tea. Investigate the regulatory instruments – both voluntary (organic designations, ethical partnerships, etc.) and mandatory (Canadian federal government regulations) – that can apply to the tea market. Consider such quality control issues as chemical contamination and post-manufacturing processes as blending and flavouring. Also look at packaging options, their pros and cons, and how their design will appeal to certain markets as well as the place these products have in the tea market.


You must have completed our Tea Foundations Program. (An approved equivalent is also acceptable.)

Hours and Fees




$223, includes materials used in class

Course Sections

Delivery Method: On Campus
Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts
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