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FUTURE OF KENYAN COFFEE

Finally! The second cohort of Embu young farmers training came to an end on 19th February 2021. The informative two weeks course equipped the trainees with the proper knowledge and

READY FOR COFFEE BUSINESS : 1ST PHASE

Changing the way Kenya coffee has been produced for the last century, its management through to consumption is still a big challenge . With the end of  youth training phase

PARTNERSHIP WITH RABO BANK

There is research-based evidence that access to external sources of finance has a positive correlation with the financial performance of small and medium enterprises. Connect coffee is honored to be

Embu Young Farmers Project

EMBU YOUNG FARMERS PROJECT We cordially thank the University of Embu for its steadfast partnership in the Embu young Farmers project. In line with #SDG4 on the provision of quality

OL NATURALE’

Who doesn’t love the aspect of something that is ‘Naturally’ edible? Well, let’s go Donyo! The region which used to be a colonial settlement, saw the eviction of many locals

1ST NATURAL PROCESSED COFFEE IN KENYA

65 km from Nairobi is Kilimambogo town, well-known for its vast pineapple plantations, spectacular scenes and landmarks like the Fourteen Falls. Good soils and favorable climate have persuaded the big

ABOUT COFFEE LEAF RUST

Anyone familiar with the whole seed to cup process is well aware of the challenges involved in growing coffee. Coffee leaf rust is a devastating disease that has the potential

NATURAL VS WASHED COFFEE.

As much as you can control flavor and acidity of your cup of coffee, the way your coffee Is processed plays quite a huge role. Two key processes involved in

CONSUMER OPTIONS TO SUPPORT FALLING COFFEE PRICES

The price of Kenyan coffee has dropped again, hitting an all-time low for 2019 after shedding off 15 percent further raising fears among crop farmers. The unsung heroes : small scale farmers

PURPOSE BEYOND PROFIT

The 7th International Coffee Organization conference( I.C.O), Kenya coffee act review of 2013 : meant to increase coffee farmers gross earnings are among platforms to voice plights faced by Kenyan smallholder