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Hingalgoda Tea Factory achieves another all-time record price


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Hingalgoda Tea Factory situated in Hiniduma in the Galle District achieved an all-time record price of Rs. 840 on two invoices of PF1 for the second consecutive week in the Low Grown CTC category at the weekly tea auction held on 27 September.

These lines were purchased by Shan Tea Ltd.

Hingalgoda Tea Factory is managed by Tea Small Holder Factories PLC and the sole broker for the produce of this factory is John Keells PLC.

Mattakelle Estate sets up yet another all-time record price

Mattakelle Estate managed by Talawakelle Tea Estates PLC once again established an all-time record price of Rs. 930 for a line of Dust1 grade at the weekly tea auction held on 27 September.

This surpasses the previous all-time record price of Rs. 910 for the same grade which was established two weeks ago by the same estate. 

Mattakelle Estate situated in the Western Planting District is renowned for its well-made teas for quality and consistency. This line of tea was purchased by S.B. Kahawatte and the sale was conducted by John Keells PLC. 

 


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