This short film focuses on Tata Tea's perseverance in preserving biodiversity hotspot Eravikulam, which was declared a National Park in 1978 due to the collaborative efforts of the local Madhuvan tribe, the company and the Kerala government.
The many companies of the Tata group are involved in a wide variety of community development projects and programmes, principally in India but also, increasingly, in different parts of the world.
Beverages fortified A unique cap-dosing technology developed by Tata Global Beverages allows consumers to easily add nutritious supplements to bottled beverages without losing the potency of the formulation
A new brew comes of age Staying true to the Tata tradition that led to its creation, the Kanan Devan Hills Plantation Company has emerged from adversity to find its place in the tea garden sun
A renewal in tea country With a heritage steeped in history, Assam’s tea plantations are evolving new business models, complete with employee ownership, technological innovations and organic cultivation
Tranquil trails Tata Coffee’s Plantation Trails is a unique holiday proposition, combining the grace and grandeur of a bygone era with contemporary comforts and warm service. History and heritage blend gently here with the fragrance of fresh coffee and the cool mountain air to give visitors an unforgettable experience