•  15/12/2022 15:52

Tea Market Report Sale 50-2022

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  •  12/12/2022 12:15

The Tea Board of Kenya (TBK) has deferred the elections for factory directors to 2024. The postponement is likely to widen the rift between the directors and those who were edged out after Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya’s reforms. TBK representative for East of Rift Valley, a region that covers Mt Kenya counties, Mwangi Kirigwi, said the move will give directors time to implement reforms initiated by former President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration.

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  •  12/12/2022 12:08

• Tea farmers have urged stakeholders to improve the local market before pressuring the government to expand the international market. • The farmers commended the National government's efforts in strengthening the agriculture sector and market expansion both in the country and abroad.

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  •  17/03/2022 13:20

Tea Market Report Sale 11-2022

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  •  14/01/2022 13:57

Tea Market Report Sale 02-2022

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  •  17/10/2021 09:35

Indian tea flavours like Assam, Darjeeling and Nilgiri are among the finest in the world. But we have not been able to capitalise on our potential for tea export.

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  •  17/10/2021 09:31

Tea Market Report Sale 41-2021 GOOD DEMAND AT DEARER RATES BP1 : Selected best East KTDA dearer 4/10 cts with others easier up to 15 cts, West KTDA dearer 8/15 cts, Nandi dearer 6 cts to easier 5 cts, Limuru dearer 10 cts to easier by same margin, Kericho dearer up to 10 cts, Uganda steady to easier 5 cts.

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  •  03/10/2021 11:45

The commodity has averaged $1.70 dollars for the better part of the year. In Summary •The preferred auction price is above $2 per kilo. •Last week, directors from the 54 KTDA-managed factories started to hold meetings to review annual audited accounts, to be followed by declaration of bonuses.

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  •  30/09/2021 00:02

VERY GOOD DEMAND MOSTLY AT DEARER RATES

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  •  12/08/2021 13:38

GOOD DEMAND AT FIRM TO DEARER RATES WITH OUTLOTS DUE TO RESERVE LIMITS BP1 : East KTDA firm to 10 cts dearer. West KTDA 14/20 cts dearer meeting reserve prices on selected marks. Nandi 6/32 cts dearer. Limuru 8/17 cts dearer. Kericho firm to 20 cts dearer. Uganda irregularly firm to 10 cts dearer and 2/10 cts easier following quality. PF1 : East KTDA 4/20 cts dearer. West KTDA 16/20 cts dearer meeting reserve prices on selected marks. Nandi 4/16 cts dearer, Limuru 2/14 cts dearer, Kericho firm to 20 cts dearer. Uganda 8/26 cts dearer.

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  •  07/08/2021 16:33

Tea Market Report Sale 31-2021

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  •  01/07/2021 11:09

Storm brewing over governor’s deal to export tea directly to Iran

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