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World Tea News

  1. Rwanda tea price higher than Kenya’s at auction  The East African

    Rwanda's tea is selling at premium rates at the Mombasa Tea Auction, overshadowing price offers on Kenyan produce as international buyers focus on quality.

  2. Kenya tea lifts prices at auction in Mombasa  Business Daily

    Kenya's tea at the Mombasa auction edged up slightly in latest trade on improved demand.

  3. Kenya: Rwanda Tea Price Higher Than Kenya's at Auction  AllAfrica.com

    Rwanda's tea is selling at premium rates at the Mombasa Tea Auction, overshadowing price offers on Kenyan produce as international buyers focus on quality.

  4. Premium prices fuel optimism among Rwanda tea exporters  The New Times

    Women pick tea at Gisakura tea estate, Western Province. The record prices set by Rwandan tea at the Mombassa Auction will embolden the sector . Net photo.

  5. Rwanda's Tea Scoops Highest Premium Price at Mombasa Auction  KT Press

    Kitabi Tea Factory – one of the tea marks sold under Rwanda Mountain Tea at the East African Tea Traders Association (EATTA) in Mombasa scooped the...

  6. No party for tea farmers as low prices hurt 2019 bonus  The Star, Kenya

    Kenyan tea prices have slumped to their lowest in the last five years trading at an average Sh185 per; Low prices and returns blamed on overproduction as a...

  7. Trade spats, politics hurt tea prices in East Africa  The East African

    The tea sector is also grappling with increased costs of production.

  8. Ugandan traders urged to take advantage of Mombasa port expansion  Independent

    Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda's consul general to Mombasa, Ambassador Katureebe Tayebwa has urged Ugandans to take advantage of...

  9. Kenyan tea glut pushes prices to multi-year lows, trade body says  Reuters

    Kenyan tea prices have slumped to their lowest level in at least five years due to excess supplies and weak demand in the main export markets, the East African...

  10. Govt needs to provide supportive policy regulation for tea sector  Daily Monitor

    Tea is one of the most important cash crops worldwide, playing a significant role in rural development, poverty reduction and food security. It is grown in 58...