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Farmers said the deal was a major victory against coffee cartels that have for long denied them good prices.
He told the farmers to keep an eye on their Members of Parliament to identify who will oppose or support the bill.
This, he explained, left out most of the farmers who wanted to give their views and input concerning the proposed regulations.
Agency says prior to the formulation of the rules there was no wide consultation with stakeholders.
Tired of the bureaucracy and cartels at the Nairobi Coffee Exchange, factories are securing more lucrative deals abroad.
Agency argues that the High Court ruling will impede its operations and at the same time negatively impact farmers.
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