Mombasa Tea Auction - Google News

Mombasa Tea Auction - Google News
  1. World's Biggest Black-Tea Exporter Targets 20% Output Growth ... - Bloomberg

    Bloomberg

    World's Biggest Black-Tea Exporter Targets 20% Output Growth ...
    Bloomberg
    Kenya, the world's biggest exporter of black tea, expects production of the leaves to rise by about 20 percent by the end of the decade, as farmers harvest from ...

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  2. Kenya: Drought reduced tea exports by 36% - Medafrica Times

    Medafrica Times

    Kenya: Drought reduced tea exports by 36%
    Medafrica Times
    However, the drop in tea production in Kenya, one of the world's biggest producers of the commodity, is likely to be compensated by high prices at the Mombasa Tea Auction. There are at least 560,000 smallholder tea farmers in Kenya, according to the ...

  3. Indian production has remained more or less stagnant for the last 2 years: Kamal Baheti, CFO, McLeod Russel - Economic Times

    Economic Times

    Indian production has remained more or less stagnant for the last 2 years: Kamal Baheti, CFO, McLeod Russel
    Economic Times
    But in last couple of weeks, there had been further uptrend in the auction prices in Kenya particularly in Mombasa auction for all African Teas. They have gone up by another 5% to 10%. So if you really look right from the very beginning till date, we ...

  4. Meru tea factories get nod to control Sh25 million road kitty - The Standard

    The Standard

    Meru tea factories get nod to control Sh25 million road kitty
    The Standard
    At least Sh25 million has been sent to the county by the Tea Directorate at the Agriculture, Food and Fisheries Authorities from the Meru factories' contribution to the ad valorem levy on tea exports at the Mombasa Tea Auction that was abolished by the ...

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  5. Tea farmers in talks over management of Sh25 million - The Standard

    The Standard

    Tea farmers in talks over management of Sh25 million
    The Standard
    ... contribution to the 'ad varolem levy' on tea produce that was abolished by the Jubilee government in its first years as it was found to be an unnecessary burden on the farmers and for making local produce noncompetitive at the Mombasa Tea Auction.

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  6. Emrok's Modern Approach to Orthodox - STiR Coffee & Tea Industry International magazine

    Emrok's Modern Approach to Orthodox
    STiR Coffee & Tea Industry International magazine
    The world's largest tea auction is located in Mombasa and for the first time offers purple, green, and orthodox lots in its weekly auctions this year. Demand for specialty loose leaf teas globally has led a few East Africa producers to add orthodox ...

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  7. Kenya eyes speciality tea auctions as demand grows - Financial Times

    Financial Times

    Kenya eyes speciality tea auctions as demand grows
    Financial Times
    The dozens of buyers sitting in serried semi-circle ranks in the weekly tea auction chamber in Mombasa are a picture of hushed concentration, eager not to miss the batches they have identified as their favourites. “Apart from the introduction of some ...

  8. Storm in your cup: Tea prices to rise sharply, may end the 3-year lull - Daily News & Analysis

    Daily News & Analysis

    Storm in your cup: Tea prices to rise sharply, may end the 3-year lull
    Daily News & Analysis
    ... to achieve exports of 20 million kgs during the year, we can end the year with Rs 185-190 a kg, a rise of Rs 25-27 more," he said. Kenya, a major producer, has lost 50 million kgs in the first three months resulting in 15-20% rise in prices at ...

  9. Full steam ahead as SGR set to revitalise interior for business - Daily Nation

    Daily Nation

    Full steam ahead as SGR set to revitalise interior for business
    Daily Nation
    Tea from Kericho and Limuru will get to the Mombasa auction house faster and cheaply. Passenger traffic between the two cities is expected to increase as more people find it easier to travel in comfort at a pocket-friendly price. The establishment of ...

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  10. Mombasa tea auction raises Sh15 million for charity - The Standard (press release)

    The Standard (press release)

    Mombasa tea auction raises Sh15 million for charity
    The Standard (press release)
    East African Tea Trade Association chair Albert Otachi with Marketing manager Brian Ngwiri speaks to the press during the auctioning of tea in their Mombasa office, Mombasa county.They informed the people that they are auctioning tea for charity purposes.