TRADE & INVESTMENT
Invest in Kenya
Kenya is among the most advanced economies in East and Central Africa and is ranked the 4th largest economy in Sub-Saharan Africa.
It is the land of unlimited possibilities and its strong growth prospects are supported by an emerging middle class and an increasing
appetite for high-value good and services.
Key Sectors and Opportunities for investment
Kenyan coffee is ranked among the five best in the world. It is world-renowned for their rich body, high acidity, intense flavor, and delightful aroma. Kenyan coffee is known for its black currant berry notes. Black current is a flavor that is distinct to Kenyan beans, and one of the reasons a cup of coffee from Kenya tastes so unique.
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Kenya produces tea year round with minimal seasonal variations in quantity owing to its location along the equator. Kenyan tea is renowned world-wide for its quality and safety due to adherence to the industry adherence to good agricultural practices (no pesticides or agro-chemicals); selection of high quality varieties and skilful processing practices. The tea industry makes an important contribution to the Kenyan economy. Tea is among leading foreign exchange earner contributing about 23% of total foreign exchange earnings and 2% of the Agricultural GDP. Kenya offers different varities of mainstream teas and specialities teas like:
iv.Purple Tea -Purple tea is high in antioxidants and anthocyanins. Anthocyanin has many medicinal properties and is known to be beneficial against cardiovascular diseases. These anti-oxidants are known to provide anti-cancer benefits, improve vision, and aid in cholesterol and blood sugar metabolism. Purple tea caffeine content is lower than that of black or green tea. For more information on Kenyan tea
The Kenyan flower industry is one of the largest in the world.It is rated the 4th largest flower exporter by value and volume. Kenya’s flowers are currently sold in more than 60 countries worldwide with most of the flowers being sold in European countries, United Kingdom, Japan, and Australia. Kenya floriculture sector has been driven by an ideal climate to meet the market demand for all year round availability For more information on Kenyan Flower industry
The nuts and oil crops in Kenya include Coconut, Cashewnuts, Macadamia oil, Castor Oil palm, Sunflower, Sesame, Canola, Peanuts, Bambara nuts, Safflower, Jojoba, linseed (flax seed). The nuts and Oil Crops subsector is important as a source of raw and processed nuts,processed edible oil, animal feed, and industrial oil. For more information on Kenya’s Nuts and Oils Industry
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38,Hoenamuro 44-gil Yongsan-gu,
Seoul, Korea (04346)
(Next to Kenya Kiambu Coffee)
(Opposite Grand Hyatt Seoul)
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THE EMBASSY WILL BE CLOSED ON BOTH KENYAN AND KOREAN PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.