LTC

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AcronymDefinition
LTCLitecoin (digital currency)
LTCLong-Term Care
LTCLakeshore Technical College (Wisconsin)
LTCLieutenant Colonel
LTCLinear Technology Corporation (Milpitas, CA)
LTCLawn Tennis Club
LTCLoan to Cost (UK banking)
LTCLongitudinal Time Code
LTCLearning, Teaching and Curriculum (various locations)
LTCLeave the Camera (studio; Texas)
LTCLong-Term Contract
LTCLoad Tap Changer
LTCLaptop Computer
LTCLearning Technologies Center
LTCLithium Thionyl Chloride (batteries)
LTCLong Term Customer
LTCLouisiana Technical College
LTCLearning Technology Center
LTCLogical Terminal Control
LTCLotus Traction Control
LTCLatch Signal
LTCLinux Technology Center
LTCLocal Transaction Containment
LTCLongitudinal Interval Time Code
LTCLanguage Teaching Centre (South Africa)
LTCLagerhaus Technik Center (German: Warehouse Technology Centre; Austria)
LTCLeadership Training Conference
LTCLearning and Teaching Committee (various universities)
LTCLicense To Carry (firearms)
LTCLife Time Care (various companies)
LTCLeave Travel Concession
LTCLittle Traverse Conservancy (Michigan)
LTCLead to Conversion (Cleveland, OH)
LTCLicensed Tax Consultant
LTCLocal Time Clock
LTCLogistics Training Center
LTCLouisiana Tax Commission
LTCLinear Time Code (BETACAM)
LTCLicense to Chill (Jimmy Buffet album)
LTCLong Thread Casing (tubing)
LTCLeaders Training Course
LTCLost Time Case (health and safety statistics reporting)
LTCLow Temperature Cure (resin system)
LTCLeisure Technical Consultants Limited (UK)
LTCLong-Term Concentration
LTCLanguage & Technology Conference
LTCLondon Transit Commission (Canada)
LTCLegal Technology Consulting (Arizona)
LTCLiquid Transport Corporation
LTCLove, Tender, Care
LTCLazy Task Creation (computing)
LTCLondon Tea Company (UK)
LTCLinear Tool Changer
LTCLecture Theatre C (various locations)
LTCLearning Technology Centre
LTCLotus Translation Components
LTCLocal Transition Committee (Australia)
LTCLibyan Transitional Council (Libya)
LTCLife Treatment Center (Elkhart, IN)
LTCLa Tienda en Casa (Spanish tele-marketing company)
LTCLong Term Captive (wildlife)
LTCLine Training Captain (aviation)
LTCLine Termination Coordinator
LTCLine Traffic Coordinator
LTCLeadership Training Continuum
LTCLondon Trinity College (UK)
LTCLanguage Training Canada
LTCLong Term Costing
LTCLowest Two-way Channel
LTCLand Transportation Commission (Philippines)
LTCLine Trunk Controller
LTCLot Trace Code
LTCLaundry Technology Centre (UK)
LTCLast Trunk Capacity (ITU-T)
LTCLast Telecast
LTCLimited Tenders Committee
LTCLam Tech Center
LTCLaurell Technologies Corporation (North Wales, PA)
LTCLandestheater Coburg
LTCLafferty Transportation Company
LTCLarge Technical Committee
LTCLoss of Test Channel
LTCLove the Children (various organizations)
LTCLow-Temperature Controller
LTCLow Tritium Column
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The growth of the retail sector and growing trend of tea and coffee shops like Starbucks and McDonalds is growing globally which is driving fruit tea market.Some of the key players identified across the value chain of the global fruit tea market include Twinings, Martin Bauer Group, Tetley, The London Tea Company, Unilever, Dilmah, Duncans Industries Ltd., Hain Celestial Group Inc., Van Rees, James Finlay, Mcleod Russel, and Typhoo Tea Ltd.
LONDON, UK -- Blending, brewing and drinking ethical teas since 2003, The London Tea Company, announced that the brand is now fully Fair Trade Certified across all blends and formats, and has a new look to accompany the change.
The Premium section will include brands such as Prestat Chocolates, Rococo, Food Doctor, Jamie Oliver, Sheffield Honey, Stokes, Atkins, The London Tea Company and more.
Gourmet brand, The London Tea Company has Christmas all wrapped up with an enticing selection of unusual speciality teas and tisanes.
Charles Taylor who had acquired a wealth of experience in the tea market while he was the northern agent for a London tea company founded Taylors of Harrogate in 1886.
Gourmet brand, The London Tea Company has triumphed at the Great Taste Awards, scooping two coveted gold stars in what is the acknowledged benchmark for speciality food and drink.
Taylors of Harrogate was founded in 1886 by Charles Taylor who had acquired a wealth of experience in the tea market whilst he was the northern agent for a London tea company, He had noticed how local variations in the water supply could affect the quality of a brew and he made it his first priority to supply the suitable blend for a customer's tea.
The London Tea Company has a range of refreshing gourmet teas that are perfect as Iced Teas for the summer.
Taylors of Harrogate was founded in 1886 by Charles Taylor who had acquired a wealth of experience in the tea market whilst he was the northern agent for a London tea company. He had noticed how local variations in the water supply could affect the quality of a brew and he made it his first priority to supply the suitable blend for a customer's tea.
Taylors of Harrogate was founded in 1886 by Charles Taylor who had acquired a wealth of experience in the tea trade while he was the northern agent for a London tea company. He had noticed how variations in the water supply could affect the quality of brewed tea and made it his first priority to supply the most suitable blend for a customer's area.
Taylors Tea & Coffee was founded in the city of Leeds by Charles Taylor, who noticed while he was working as Northern representative for a London tea company that local variations in the character of water could have a profound effect on the brew.
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