Kenya Turns to China for Coffee Partnership
Kenya is hoping to partner with Chinese investors in a bid to improve its export of the brewed beverage.
Capital FM, 12 July 2012
Kenya is seeking partnerships with Chinese investors for joint coffee processing ventures as the country seeks focus from the traditional European market to Asia and the African... read more »
Picking coffee: Kenya currently exports nearly all its coffee in raw form, limiting the revenue farmers can earn from the crop, and its impact in creating wealth and employment.
The Star, 25 June 2012
Coffee researchers have identified the South Rift region as the next coffee production zone in the country.read more »
The Star, 12 July 2012
Over the last two weeks, there has been intensive debate on policy outlined in 2012/2013 budget as the basis of creating jobs and reviving long term economic growth of the economy.... read more »
The Star, 13 June 2012
Researchers say the South Rift region as the next coffee frontier in the country. Coffee Research Foundation officials said with continued declining coffee plantations in central... read more »
Capital FM, 13 June 2012
The implementation of value addition practices to all supply chain levels has the potential to boost income for farmers, processors and small traders, according to results... read more »