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Matcha Tea Powder

Item No.: Matcha - 04
Dielegance Biotechnology is a trustworthy matcha tea powder manufacturer and supplier.
Appearance: Green To Bright Green Fine Powder
Particle Size: 500 - 5000 mesh
Spec.: Ceremonial & Culinary Grade
Supply Ability: 500KG/Week
Description Matcha History & Origin Plantation & Production Matcha Benefits

Best Matcha Tea Powder | Hefei Dielegance Biotechnology Co., Ltd.

Matcha Green Tea comes from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. It is a high-grade green tea leaf ground into powdered form. It originated in China thousands of years ago. Eisai, a Zen priest who lived during the eighteenth century, claimed that matcha is "the ultimate mental and medical remedy and has the ability to make one's life more full and complete". It is customary to drink matcha tea during Japanese tea ceremonies due to its medicinal benefits. The ceremony symbolises peace, harmony and happiness, and enables people to bond with each other.
Matcha is finely ground powder of specially grown and processed green tea leaves, traditionally consumed in East Asia. The green tea plants used for matcha are shade-grown for three to four weeks before harvest; the stems and veins are removed during processing. During shaded growth, the plant Camellia sinensis produces more theanine and caffeine. The powdered form of matcha is consumed differently from tea leaves or tea bags, as it is suspended in a liquid, typically water or milk.

Product Name
Matcha Tea Powder
Green to Vivid Green
Particle Size
800-5000 mesh
Herb Source
Camellia sinensis
Ceremonial & Culinary
Food & Beverage Industry
Shelf Life
18 months
Test Item
Lead (mg/kg)
Moisture (%)
Total Ash (%)
Theanine (%)
Granularity (D60) (μm)
Net Content (g)
Total Polyphenols (%)
Caffeine (%)
Total Arsenic (mg/kg)
Sensory Quality
GB/T 34778-2017
The quality is equivalent to ceremonial grade.
GMO Status
Allergen Status
Allergen Free
Irradiation Status
Non- Irradiation

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Dielegance Biotechnology is best matcha tea powder bulk wholesale supplier and manufacturer in China for several years.

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Are you looking to buy natural pure Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder at wholesale price? If so, Hefei Dielegance Biotechnology Co., Ltd. would be your trustworthy supplier and manufacturer for authentic organic matcha tea powder. For more product details, you can check information on our product page Organic Matcha Tea Powder or contact us via email address simon@dielegancebiotech.com.
High quality organic matcha powder is one of our most competitive products with stocks available all year round. By providing superior quality, we establish long-term relationships with our clients.

History & Origin of Matcha

In China during the Tang dynasty (618–907), tea leaves were steamed and formed into tea bricks for storage and trade. The tea was prepared by roasting and pulverizing the tea, decocting the resulting tea powder in hot water, and then adding salt. During the Song dynasty (960–1279), the method of making powdered tea from steam-prepared dried tea leaves and preparing the beverage by whipping the tea powder and hot water together in a bowl became popular.
Preparation and consumption of powdered tea was formed into a ritual by Chan Buddhists. The earliest extant Chan monastic code, titled Chanyuan Qinggui (Rules of Purity for the Chan Monastery, 1103), describes in detail the etiquette for tea ceremonies.
Zen Buddhism and methods of preparing powdered tea were brought to Japan by Eisai in 1191. In Japan, it became an important item at Zen monasteries and from the 14th through the 16th centuries was highly appreciated by members of the upper echelons of society.
A growing interest in powdered tea and consumption of matcha globally has fuelled a growing resurgence in China where it has not been popular for some time.
When talking about matcha, or matcha green tea, people always think about matcha tea which comes from Japan. For a long time, many people believe that matcha originates from Japan and best matcha comes from Japan. However, they ignore the matcha development history. Along with the development of matcha including plantation, harvesting and production, Chinese matcha steps into public sight. More and more matcha blend products end consumers and producers would like to choose the matcha from China supplier and manufacturer.
Under this circumstance, Hefei Dielegance Biotechnology Co., Ltd., a company devoted itself to the natural and healthy products for humans, launches the matcha green tea powder project several years ago, including raw material selection, plantation survey, growth environment investigation, tea leaves picking, production, etc.

Plantation & Production of Matcha Tea Powder

Matcha is made from shade-grown tea leaves that also are used to make gyokuro. The preparation of matcha starts several weeks before harvest and may last up to 20 days, when the tea bushes are covered to prevent direct sunlight. This slows down growth, stimulates an increase in chlorophyll levels, turns the leaves a darker shade of green, and causes the production of amino acids, in particular theanine. Only the finest tea buds are hand-picked. After harvesting, if the leaves are rolled up before drying as in the production of sencha, the result will be gyokuro (jade dew) tea. If the leaves are laid out flat to dry, however, they will crumble somewhat and become known as tencha. Then, tencha may be deveined, destemmed, and stone-ground to the fine, bright green, talc-like powder known as matcha.
Grinding the leaves is a slow process because the mill stones must not get too warm, lest the aroma of the leaves be altered. Up to one hour may be needed to grind 30 grams of matcha.
The flavour of matcha is dominated by its amino acids. The highest grades of matcha have a more intense sweetness and deeper flavour than the standard or coarser grades of tea harvested later in the year.

Health Benefits of Matcha Tea Powder

1. It helps fight disease
Matcha is full of antioxidants, which boost your immune system and keep you healthy. The epigallocatechin gallate (EGCg) in the matcha plant can also treat cancer and Alzheimer's Disease, as well as HIV and endometriosis. The growth of tumours can be inhibited by drinking matcha tea.
2. Matcha tea boosts energy
If you suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome, it is recommended that you drink matcha tea. Matcha contains the amino acid L-Theanine, which produces alpha waves. These keep you focus and improve performance during arduous tasks. L-Theanine relieves stress and improve memory. If you've got a deadline coming up, why not skip coffee for a day and try matcha tea instead?
3. It can be used for weight loss
The catechine in matcha tea increases metabolism and burns calories much faster than other weight loss foods. It also hinders the growth of new fat cells so you won't put on any extra weight. Drink matcha tea before exercising to burn 25% more fat.
4. It controls cravings
Chlorophyll, the tiny pigments which make the matcha leaf green, is known to reduce hunger. It also lowers the amount of insulin that is produced by your body, keeping your blood sugar level stable.
5. Matcha tea prevents ageing
The antioxidants in matcha tea are 17 times that of blueberries and 60.5 times that of spinach, making it one of the healthiest drinks.
While matcha tea has been named a superfood, it's important to only drink it in moderation. Matcha is naturally sweet so there's no need to add sugar or honey. Try to avoid commercial matcha tea since it is full of calories and additives. The matcha green tea latte from Starbucks has around 350 calories and 55 grams of sugar! If you don't fancy drinking matcha tea, you can enjoy matcha in brownies or ice cream instead.


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