Value Addition in the Coffee Industry in Kenya: Lessons from the Cut Flower Sector

Coffee used to be Kenya’s most valued export crop in the 1970s and 1980s. It has however suffered major setbacks, and it has since lost the title of the highest foreign exchange earner to tea, flowers  and tourism. The decline of the coffee sub-sector is a complete contrast from the performance seen in Kenya’s cut flower industry.

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Jacob Chege

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