enya has set sights on opening up a distribution centre in China’s Wuyishan region — where some of the world’s most expensive teas are grown— in the wake of falling demand for Kenyan tea in the Asian economy.
Coronavirus lockdowns in India and Kenya are threatening global tea supplies, with traders racing to secure stocks.
Kenya's cut flowers may be blocked from the Australian market as the Australian government takes measures to implement new biosafety measures, the East African Journal reported.
Ruhiu turned to fish farming after attending workshops and taking a three months’ certificate course at the Moi University.
He has set up a hatchery in a greenhouse from where he breeds his fingerlings that he sells at Sh15 each. He also restocks his ponds with the fingerlings.
When President Uhuru Kenyatta signed a deal with China for avocado and macadamia export, Samuel Maina saw a business opportunity and grabbed it.