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Traditional English tea losing popularity in UK






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British people love tea – for many reasons. They drink it for breakfast, for tea breaks at work, and when talking about their problems. However, herbal, fruit and other teas are now more popular than English breakfast tea. Over a fifth of people in Britain say green tea is their favourite.

Sales of traditional tea are falling. This will continue. The researchers found many other things about tea-drinking in the UK. Most people drink tea to relax. A quarter of people drink 10 cups a day. British people love milky and sugary tea. People with a sweet tooth put three teaspoons of sugar in their tea.

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