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FUTURE OF KENYAN COFFEE
Evans Kingada | 6 April

Finally! The second cohort of Embu young farmers training came to an end on 19th February 2021. The informative two

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READY FOR COFFEE BUSINESS : 1ST PHASE
Evans Kingada | 3 March

Changing the way Kenya coffee has been produced for the last century, its management through to consumption is still a

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PARTNERSHIP WITH RABO BANK
Evans Kingada | 12 February

There is research-based evidence that access to external sources of finance has a positive correlation with the financial performance of

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Embu Young Farmers Project
Evans Kingada | 11 February

EMBU YOUNG FARMERS PROJECT We cordially thank the University of Embu for its steadfast partnership in the Embu young Farmers

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OL NATURALE’
Lucy Thande | 9 December

Who doesn’t love the aspect of something that is ‘Naturally’ edible? Well, let’s go Donyo! The region which used to

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1ST NATURAL PROCESSED COFFEE IN KENYA
Evans Kingada | 29 August

65 km from Nairobi is Kilimambogo town, well-known for its vast pineapple plantations, spectacular scenes and landmarks like the Fourteen

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Coffee leaf rust blog, connect coffee roasters
ABOUT COFFEE LEAF RUST
DUNCAN BUSURU | 6 August

Anyone familiar with the whole seed to cup process is well aware of the challenges involved in growing coffee. Coffee

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NATURAL VS WASHED COFFEE.
DUNCAN BUSURU | 6 August

As much as you can control flavor and acidity of your cup of coffee, the way your coffee Is processed

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customer optins to support Falling coffee prices courtesy of Connect coffee roasters
CONSUMER OPTIONS TO SUPPORT FALLING COFFEE PRICES
DUNCAN BUSURU | 13 June

The price of Kenyan coffee has dropped again, hitting an all-time low for 2019 after shedding off 15 percent further

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IMPROVING COFFEE PRODUCTION QUALITY, CONNECT COFFEE, COFFEE CONSUMPTION, Purpose beyond profit
PURPOSE BEYOND PROFIT
DUNCAN BUSURU | 30 April

The 7th International Coffee Organization conference( I.C.O), Kenya coffee act review of 2013 : meant to increase coffee farmers gross earnings

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RIVERSIDE ADDRESS
The Riverfront building – Ground floor along chiromo lane
Nairobi
RIVERSIDE CONTACT
(+254) (0)708-790-480
RIVERSIDE OPERATION HOURS
Weekday : 8 am to 7 pm
Weekend & Public Holiday :
9 am to 7 pm
GIGIRI ADDRESS
Gigiri complex, along Limuru road
GIGIRI CONTACT
(+254) (0)708-790-481
GIGIRI OPERATION HOURS
Weekday : 7 am to 5 pm
Weekend & Public Holiday :
8 am to 5 pm
SANLAM ADDRESS
Fourth floor, Sanlam Towers, along Waiyaki way
SANLAM CONTACT
(+254) (0)796-785-787
SANLAM OPERATION HOURS
Weekday : 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday : 8 am to 1 pm
Sunday : Closed
Public Holiday : Closed