Smelling the Coffee Gets Harder for Kenyans to Do

Data from the ministry of agriculture shows that Kenya's coffee best peak was at 129,000 tonnes in 1988-89, which has since dropped to 40,700 tonnes in the 2016-17 year. Kiambu County once was the prime producer of Kenyan coffee but with urbanization, most of the land has been converted into gated estates as well as industrial parks.

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