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Pothotuwa Tea Factory establishes all-time record price for BOP grade


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Pothotuwa Tea Factory, situated in Beralapanatara, Deniyaya, achieved an all-time record price of Rs. 900 for a BOP grade at the weekly tea auctions held on 29 August. 

This line of tea was marketed by Forbes & Walker Tea Brokers Ltd. The Pothotuwa Tea Factory, established in 1989, is owned and managed by Anil Alwis and this tea factory is a leading producer of high quality Ceylon tea. 


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