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Kenyans’ poor tea culture: Blame it on sugar and milk

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Kenya continues to rank poorly in its consumption compared to other tea-producing countries.

Kenyans’ poor tea culture: Blame it on sugar and milk

By Graham Kajilwa | 1 month ago

Herb farmers crushed by virus blow to exports

Herb farmers crushed by virus blow to exports

For many farmers in Kenya, a bout of prolonged rain and flooding, as the East African nation has experienced since March, can wipe out a whole season

Reuters | 1 year ago

Fresh produce exports drop 46per cent due to a lockdown in Europe

The Agricultural Employers Association has attributed the drop to the limited movement of customers in Europe.

Antony Gitonga | 1 year ago

Traders begin to bear brunt of coronavirus

Kenya’s annual import bill stands at about Sh1.76 trillion, of which Sh370 billion or about 21 per cent of total imports are sourced from China.

Peter Theuri | 1 year ago

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