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The UN Food & Agriculture Organization says prices of black tea may drop by as much as 40% by 2023 if producers around the world increase supply by about 5%. Grower nations like Kenya now have to promote domestic demand and diversify into specialty teas to protect their earnings.

Video: Produced and Directed by CCTV Africa. 




Punjana - By Thompons Family Teas.



How the 1 week mentorship program works for the KTDA Foundation scholarship students



 Watch how KTDA Foundation students are taken through the academic mentorship sessions.



KTDA pushes for shift to specialty teas. Orthodox teas are popular in the oriental markets and only 3 tea factories are producing orthodox teas.- Video Courtesy of Citizen TV



KTDA Factory

A typical KTDA Tea Factory- Video Courtesy of The Sustainable Trade Initiative


Lerionka Tiampati, CEO KTDA talks about the farmer field school initiative set up in Kenya together with other partners to train tea farmers in good agricultural practices.


Ketepa Video 2015



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