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The East African Tea Trade Association in collaboration with the Burundi Tea Authority (OTB) will be conducting the 5th African Tea Convention & Exhibition at the Hotel club du lac Tanganyika, Bujumbura, Burundi from 20th to 22nd July,2022.

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EATTA POSITION ON THE REVIEW OF DRAFT TEA REGULATIONS, 2020

The performance of the tea industry is vital to the Kenyan economy. Tea accounts for approximately 26% of Kenya’s export earnings and is one of the leading foreign exchange earners contributing over Kshs 117 billion in 2019. The tea industry contributes about 4% to the GDP. More than 750,000 farmers directly earn a living from tea and more than 6 million Kenyans directly or indirectly depend on tea.

US Ambassador Kyle McCarter

EATTA was honored to host the US ambassador to Kenya His excellency Kyle McCarter when he visited Mombasa Tea Auction Centre. He commended the industry for the progress made in modernizing the Tea Trading process. He also vowed to work towards enhancing good trading relations between the US government and Kenya.

ADVOCACY

EATTA Chairman signs an agreement with BAF to receive Kshs. 16.7 million Advocacy funds for the tea sector.

Membership & Affiliation

Kenya Chamber of Commerce
Federation of Kenya Employers
International Tea Committee
 
 
 

EATTA is ISO 9001:2015 Certified.

EATTA is ISO 9001:2015 Certified

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