African Tea Businesses and organisations

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Indigenous Kenyans were barred by law from growing tea until the dawn of independence when the legislation was repealed for the indigenous people to commence on tea growing. In 1960, the colonial government created the Special Crops Development…

n 1903, the first tea seedlings were introduced and planted in Limuru, Kenya about 5 kilometers from Karirana. The Caine brothers brought these seedlings from India. Limuru, being at high altitude and with rich acidic soils, provided a natural…

TopQualiTea is a leading address for high class quality in certified organic and fair-trade teas and spices. Our portfolio is produced without pesticides, chemical fertilisers and other agrochemicals. It’s not only a question of taste –…

The Tea Board of Kenya is mandated to license tea manufacturing factories; carry out research on tea through its technical arm, the Tea Research Foundation of Kenya; to register growers, buyers, brokers, packers, management agents and any other…