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Men, women and children living on the tea gardens for generations are being deceived with promises of a better life and work opportunities, but are ultimately being trafficked and exploited in cities across India.

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The tea gardens of Assam are a source of victims for human traffickers.

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Not My Cuppa Tea

STOP THE TRAFFIK Australia's report 'Not My Cuppa Tea'

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Recently Yorkshire Tea, Tetley, and Clipper Tea have all published their list of suppliers in Assam and other parts of the world.

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Assamese Tea

50 of the world's tea blends use Assamese Tea as the base because of it's strong and consistent flavour profile. The tea we buy here in Australia will often include Assamese Tea.

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Slavery in the tea industry


Where is the tea from that is used as the base of 50 of the world's tea blends

  • Sri Lanka
  • Assam, India
  • Darjeeling, India
  • Kenya

Points: 2

How many cups of tea is it estimated are drunk every day in the world?

  • 3 Billion
  • 3 Million
  • 1 Billion
  • 2 Billion

Points: 1

True or False? India is the world's largest producer of tea.

  • True
  • False

Points: 1

Where do the children trafficked our of Assamese tea gardens end up as slaves?

  • In brothels
  • In quarries and mines
  • As domestic workers
  • All of the above

Points: 2

What contributes to people being vulnerable to this form of trafficking?

  • Lack of Education
  • Isolation of the communities
  • Extreme Poverty
  • All of the Above

Points: 1