Market News | FOOD & KITCHEN Kenya 2020

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  • To Increase The Availability Of Clean Cookstoves In Africa, BURN Manufacturing Has Raised $12 Million.

    Posted on :Wednesday , 8th May 2024

    Kenya-based BURN Manufacturing, a well-known manufacturer of clean cookstoves, has received more than $12 million in capital, primarily to expand the reach of its clean cooking products across the African continent.


    This grant is the outcome of Key Carbon Ltd.'s successful follow-on carbon project investment programme. Key Carbon Ltd., formerly known as CNR "Carbon Neutral Ro. . .

  • Increased Avocado Yields Present Karakuta In Kenya With Additional Opportunities

    Posted on :Friday , 29th March 2024

    Karakuta, a Kenyan avocado grower, is increasing the amount of Hass it produces by expanding into Tanzania and making additional investments in clonal technology.


    One of Kenya's fastest-growing agribusinesses, Karakuta is based in Juja, Kiambu County, 45 minutes from Nairobi, the country's capital. It specializes in Hass avocados and fresh herbs. 15,000 well-watered avocado t. . .

  • Italian Businesses Want A Slice Of Kenya's $14 Billion Wine Market.

    Posted on :Friday , 29th March 2024

    Industry stakeholders in Kenya claim that new trends are being driven by the country's expanding, well-informed wine market.


    Over the past few years, Kenya's wine culture has grown rapidly, drawing in a constant stream of inquisitive and discriminating wine enthusiasts.


    Italian wineries have recently expressed interest in the area, hoping to popularise and . . .

  • African Food Security Is To Be Increased By International Research Partnership By Means Of Crop Development.

    Posted on :Thursday , 29th February 2024

    To create better crop varieties that cater to the unique requirements and conditions of smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa, a group of scientists and agricultural professionals from three continents have come together.


    In order to create better crop varieties that cater to the unique requirements and conditions of smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa, a group of s. . .

  • EAGC And USAID Form Collaboration To Boost Export-Driven Staple Food Value Chain Competitiveness

    Posted on :Wednesday , 31st January 2024

    The US government has awarded the Eastern Africa Grain Council (EAGC) a US$2 million grant for a three-year term through Feed the Future's support of TradeMark Africa (TMA) under USAID's Economic Recovery and Reform Activity (ERRA) program. The funds will boost the profitability of export-oriented East African staple food value chains. 


    Through the five-year ERRA US$75 m. . .


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