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Submitted by Joseph Chepsoi on

Kenya's sugar industry is typically a case of grapes gone sour! Sugar and tea grow nearly side by side by almost same people whose choice of crop is dictated by climate, soils, other natural resource opportunities and constraints as well as perceived level of risks. Simply put it is simply a solution on institutional and management attitude, willingness to provide apt leadership on the need for change in production practices and mechanisms for realistic rewards for investment in the sector.

Facts: Sugar consumption was 800,000