- Tea Association of the United States of America-
The tea industry looks to The Tea Association of the USA, Inc., The Tea Council of the USA, and the Specialty Tea Institute (STI) for its wholesale and retail needs.
- Tea Council (UK)- The Tea Council is the independent body dedicated to promoting tea and its unique story for the benefit of those who produce, sell and enjoy tea the world over.
- Sri Lanka Tea Board- The Sri Lanka Tea Board is a non commercial service organisation committed to the sustainable development and promotion of Ceylon Tea.
- International Tea Committee- The ITC is an unbiased, non profit making organisation, supported and recognised by many of the major tea producing and tea consuming nations as the official source for tea statistics.
- Canada's Tea Zone- Comprehensive site maintained by the Tea Council of Canada providing information on tea for consumers, health professionals and the service industry.
- Tea Board of Kenya- The Tea Board of Kenya operates under an Act of Parliament and was first established in 1950. The Act mandates the Board to regulate and promote the tea industry as well as facilitate research into all aspects of tea growing, manufacture and pest and disease control.
- Indian Tea Association- The Indian Tea Association is the premier and the oldest organisation of tea producers in India. The Association has played a multi-dimensional role towards formulating policies and initiating action towards the development and growth of the Industry, facilitate liasion with the Tea Board, Government and other related bodies.
- Deutscher Teeverband (German Tea Association)- The German Tea Association safeguards and promotes its members' particular interests relating to the import, manufacture, packaging and/or marketing of tea. It focuses on issues relating to food law, quality control and nutritional aspects of tea.