World Tea News

  1. KTDA to pay farmers after review of its 69 factories accounts  The Star, Kenya

    •Farmers under Kenya Tea Development Agency will soon receive their payments after the review of KTDA-managed factories' financial books to be finalised...

  2. Tea farmers brace for 30 per cent decline in KTDA bonus  Standard Digital

    KTDA is now leveraging on new production lines in 10 factories in the country to produce new varieties of orthodox tea.

  3. KTDA meets to set pay for farmers  Daily Nation

    Kenya Tea Development Agency is meeting to determine the second payment for small scale farmers even as the pay is forecasted to decline following a 21...

  4. In a bid to fetch better prices, Kenyan factories shift to orthodox teas - English

    Published on 11.09.2019 at 14h21 by APA News. Share. Kenya tea factories are now embarking on the production of orthodox teas that are gaining global...

  5. How Rwanda tea maintains quality despite climate change

    At this year's Mombasa Tea Auction, two Rwandan tea companies fetched first and second highest premium prices thanks to the quality and grade that was...

  6. Kenya tea exports fall 31pc in June  Business Daily

    Kenya's tea exports to the major markets dropped by 31 per cent in June compared with the corresponding period last year in what the regulator has attributed to...

  7. High court awards KTDA Sh53 millions in delayed payment  The Star, Kenya

    The ruling is a win for over 60000 smallholder tea farmers across the country.

  8. 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.

  9. KTDA wins Sh53m in contract row  The Standard

    Smallholder farmers under the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) have won Sh53 million in a court settlement in a protracted dispute.

  10. 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.