Kenya: Coffee Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   KE2024-0003
FAS Nairobi forecasts Kenya’s marketing year (MY) 2024/25 coffee production at 750,000 bags (60 kilograms), a 6.3 percent decrease from the previous marketing year, due to stagnation of harvested area and yield decline. The stagnation of harvested area is largely attributed to the slowdown in the conversion of coffee farms into real estates, and the perennial shortage of coffee planting materials. The projected yield decline is attributed to the disruption of inputs and extension support by private sector because of the recent coffee marketing reforms. MY 2024/25 coffee exports are also expected to drop by four percent to 720,000 bags.

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