Bama Tea shows how new technology is refreshing China’s tea industry in trending video

Shenzhen, China, September 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Recently, a popular Australian video blogger, Amy, visited the home of one of the China most famous teas, Tieguanyin. Amy’s video was shot on location in the tea fields and manufacturing plant of Bama Tea Co., Ltd. (known as ‘Bama’ or ‘Bama Tea’) in Anxi County, Fujian Province. In the video, Bama Tea showed how modern technology is revolutionizing the millennial tradition of tea making. So far, the video has attracted tens of thousands of viewers seeking to understand the Chinese tea industry and modern smart garden management methodologies.

Throughout the video, modern technology is used at every stage of tea growing and manufacturing in the fields and factory in Bama to ensure consistent product quality and efficiency.

The Bama Tea field manager showed Amy some of the automation involved in the fields and production, including high-powered cameras that could monitor the status of the tea fields remotely, as well as a weather station which could measure precipitation, sunlight, air quality, soil temperature and humidity. Amy also noticed small solar panels scattered around the fields that charge power during the day and emit blue light at night to ward off pests.

Along with the high degree of monitoring and pest prevention in the fields, automation is a major component of tea processing. For impurity removal, the Bama Tea factory uses a fully automatic infrared grade sorting system with electrostatic roller impurity removal equipment and a metal detector to help effectively remove trace impurities in raw tea and produce a higher quality product.

A large number of intelligent robots are used in tea packaging and transportation to save labor and time while reducing contact between human hands and tea.

Speaking about the use of technology, Amy remarked: “I find it so fascinating because the concept of tea has existed in China for more than 1000 years without much change here or there. But, over the past few decades, with new technologies and advances in science, things have definitely changed for the better.”

Viewers in the comments section also revealed their surprise at the level of automation, with one commenting “So informative and eye-opening to see how high tech China tea factories are and robots are commonly used in the production line”, and another noting “It is good to see how China succeeded in applying technology to improve lives.”

Bama Tea is one of the most recognized brands associated with Tieguanyin tea and was founded by the legendary Wang Wenli, a 13th generation Tieguanyin tea heir. As China’s leading tea chain brand, Bama already has more than 2,600 stores in China of the December 31, 2021with Anxi Tieguanyin, one of Bama’s leading products, leading sales across the country for 13 consecutive years.

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