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Welcome to THE Kenya Coffee Network , this is an online portal for news, proprietary analysis, quotes and features about the Kenyan coffee industry. This is a premium Kenyan coffee and tea e-Commerce marketplace. We have linked the producer of Kenyan coffee with the consumer and distributors of green coffee beans all over the world. We have partnered with local producers, millers, agents, coffee dealers and others as well we roasters and green coffee bean distributors in different parts of the world.
We have pooled together all industry players in the Kenyan Coffee industry for ease access. This has over time proved to be a portal where Kenyan coffee can easily be sold as we get enquiries daily on our contact page on how one can get to buy Kenyan coffee. We have Links to:
We are located in Nairobi, Kenya and we have correspondences in all coffee growing counties in Kenya. We have also sought partnerships with coffee roasters all over the world, as we intend to give them up to date info on what is happening in the Kenyan coffee industry as well as link them to credible suppliers of Kenyan coffee.
Coffee from Kenya has a distinctly bright acidity and potent sweetness with a dry winy aftertaste. Among the best Kenya coffee, one can find intoxicating black-currant flavour and aroma.
There are a number of famous coffee-producing regions in the
Coffee dealership in Kenya is regulated by the industry regulator, the Coffee Board of Kenya. Coffee board of Kenya over time has licensed 100s of companies but slightly less than 100 are active and participate in the weekly coffee auctions at the Nairobi Coffee Exchange.
The main coffee regulator in Kenya is the coffee board of Kenya. Other associations within the coffee industry featured here are:
The coffee industry of Kenya is noted for its cooperative system of production, processing, milling, marketing, and auctioning coffee. About 70% of Kenyan coffee is produced by small scale holders. It is estimated that six-million Kenyans are employed directly or indirectly in the coffee industry.
Currently, there are two coffee marketing systems in Kenya:
1. The central Auction system
2. Direct sale.
The time tested central auction system, commonly referred to as Nairobi Coffee Exchange (NCE), is a market where coffee is bought by the licensed coffee dealers through competitive bidding. Coffee auctions are conducted every Tuesday of the week. The Nairobi Coffee Exchange is under the management of the Kenya Coffee Producers and Traders Association (KCPTA)
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