Farmers not fully benefitting from high global prices

The cost of producing a kilo of coffee has doubled on high price of farm inputs and fuel. Kenya Coffee Producers Association, Chairman, Peter Gikonyo, says this has denied Kenyan coffee farmers from reaping maximally from the high prices in the global market.

  

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