Market News | FoodAgro Kenya 2020

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  • Nairobi the leading online food supply city in Africa.

    Posted on :Wednesday , 2nd December 2020

    Kenya leading in the package through the mobile Internet and shows Kenyans' propensity to browse through their smartphones and desktops. The largest market group are urban, young and tech-savvy people between the age group of 25 and 34.

     

    The 2020 Kenya Food Index shows that online foods and beverages in Kenya is currently $1.8 billion and expected to touch $3.8 billion by the . . .

  • Kenya lays foundation to its self-sustaining egg programme

    Posted on :Monday , 5th October 2020

    The governor of Kirinyaga county, Anne Waiguru, under the ‘Wezesha Kirinyaga’ (‘Enable Kirinyaga’) programme, have initiated a project which will have 32 community farmers produce a million eggs per month, which will have each farmer earn daily 1,000 Kenyan shillings. The project focuses on increasing the profitability . . .

  • Food & Agriculture In East Africa Expected To Rise by $1 Trillion By 2030

    Posted on :Monday , 24th February 2020

    The AfDB president made a couple of quick highlights to deliberate. The food and agriculture in East Africa expected to rise by $1 trillion by 2030. Africa's population is now at 1.2 billion, which is likely to double by 2.5 billion by 2050.  

     

    The continent has 60% of global arable land but has unfortunately become one of the most prospective food importers targeted by j. . .

  • The Highest Monthly Production Record Of Tea Farmers In Kenya

    Posted on :Monday , 24th February 2020

    Smallholder tea farmers under the Kenya Tea Development Agency delivered 150.5 million kilos of green leaf in January 2020.

     

    The performance, which is the highest ever amount recorded by KTDA-managed factories in a single month, was driven by heavy rains that spilled over from 2019.

     

    In the Month of December 2019 amount was 21.8 %, which was higher than what . . .

  • Kenya To Focus On Sugar Sector For Its Future Economic Growth

    Posted on :Wednesday , 22nd January 2020

    Kenya’s main economic growth is its agriculture sector. It contributes to over a quarter of our Gross Domestic Product and employs more than 40 percent of the population.  

     

    In rural areas, 70 percent of citizens' livelihoods are dependent on agriculture.

     

    The sugarcane industry contributes to around 15 percent of this. The income of o. . .

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