Rwanda Optimistic About Tea Cartel
The National Agricultural Export Board believes that joining a cartel with the world's largest producers will boost the price of tea on the international market, making the sector more lucrative.
The New Times, 14 January 2013
Tea farmers in Nyamagabe district are feeling a fresh breeze of life with the impending completion of a factory in the area. read more »
The New Times, 9 January 2013
Over 1,200 tea farmers have been trained in harvesting standards, a move tailored at improving quality and ensuring the crop fetches high premiums on the regional and international ... read more »
The New Times, 25 December 2012
Rwanda Tea Investment, a firm that recently bought Mulindi and Shagasha tea factories, subcontracted the Kenya Tea Development Agency for a period of seven years to help set up the ... read more »