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Lin’an Dayang Tea Industry Co., Ltd was established in 1991; the
headquarters lies in the western suburbs of Hangzhou, in Lin’an
city, which is the origin of Chinese organic tea. Our company owns
5 tea plantations: in Lin’an, Yuhang, Tonglu (all in the Hangzhou
area), Tiantai (Zhejiang area) , and Anhui province. We have the
following partner institutes and organizations: Hangzhou Lin’an
Organic Resource Development Institute, Lin’an Tianmu Qingding Tea
Industry Co., Ltd., and Lin’an Qingshan Dayang Tea Specialized
Among them, the Hangzhou Lin’an Organic Resource Development
Institute was the first professional organization in China devoted
to developing organic tea and green foods, and the Institute now
owns a specialized organic tea plantation base. Here, the first
case of organic tea exported to Europe originated. It was inspected
by many organic food certification authorities, both domestic and
abroad, and was awarded many prizes based on quality appraisal of
organic foods at city, province and state levels.
Our company imported two advanced Japanese Sencha processing lines,
five Longjing processing lines, and advanced equipment for
producing black tea, oolong tea, and various famous tea. Now in
total, we own nearly 10,000 Mu of plantations, of which 8,000 Mu
have been approved as organic plantations by the International NBS
and domestic certification authorities.
We have annual production of 1,000 tons of dried tea. It is the
first manufacturing and self-exporting company in the tea industry
approved for a Quality System Certificate in Lin’an.
Our company chiefly produces all sorts of organic green tea,
organic black tea, organic oolong, many kinds of tea fannings
—green and black, as well as organic teabags. It is the leading
enterprise specialized in researching and producing organic tea in
our country, and won gold awards for famous tea several times, both
at home and abroad.
It was honored with the name “Dragon Enterprise” in Lin’an in 2002.
In 2010, Dayang Longjing tea won the competition for hot brewed tea
at the tea EXPO held in Las Vegas in the USA, which represented a
breakthrough for the image of Chinese green tea in the USA, and
opened new vistas for Chinese green tea in the North America