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Leaf & tobacco processing

Tobacco leaf industry in India

03 Jan 2022. India is the world’s second largest producer of leaf tobacco, behind global leader China. In addition to meeting a lion’s share of domestic demand, the country has emerged as one of the key exporters of tobacco leaf to a number of countries. TJI presents an overview of tobacco leaf cultivation in the country.
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Reducing child labour in Malawi

03 Jan 2022. Malawi, one the world’s largest producers of burley leaf tobacco, is making significant efforts to reduce child labour within its tobacco sector, but the problem is still endemic.
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A history of flue-cured Virginia tobacco

03 Jan 2022. It is hard to believe, but flue-cured Virginia tobacco is approaching its 200-year anniversary. This type of tobacco is now cultivated and cured throughout the tobacco growing world, but its ‘roots’ are firmly established in the not-so-fertile sandy soils of the Appalachian Piedmont. Dr Terry Mabbett takes a look at the history of the ‘Golden Leaf’.
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US tobacco growers‘ perspectives for 2022 and beyond

03 Jan 2022. The US has a long history of tobacco growing and the most profitable retail market. Similar to most other traditional regions for the crop, local US farmers face a range of issues that endanger their long-term survival.
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Nicotine tax rises at what cost?

03 Jan 2022. Nicotine consumers in the US are facing a tax hike that aims to increase revenue to raise capital for President Biden’s sprawling spending spree in his Build Back Better plan.
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