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Brombil Tea Factory achieves all time record price for BOPF Sp grade


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Brombil Tea Factory, situated in Palawatte – Kalutara district, achieved an all-time record price of Rs. 880 for a BOPF Sp grade at the weekly tea auctions held on 27 September. This line of tea was purchased by M/s Shan Tea Ltd. and marketed by M/s Forbes & Walker Tea Brokers Ltd. Brombil Tea Factory is Rain Forest Alliance and Ethical Tea Partnership certified. Brombil Tea Factory is one of the largest tea factories in Sri Lanka which produces both Orthodox and CTC teas and is renowned for the manufacture of good quality teas. This factory is owned by Aruna De Silva and managed by Indika Nallaperuma under the Evergreen Group.

 


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