Kenyans last year consumed 22.7 million kilos of tea, a 13.6% increase compared to 20 million kilos consumed in 2011. This also increased the earnings out of local tea sales to 14.9 billion shillings. Tea Boar Managing director Cecily Kariuki says this was due to increased promotion and factory door sales.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: Local Tea Consumption Increases, More Needs to Be DoneBy Joan Wairimu, 28 January 2013
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