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OUR COFFEE

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KCCE

Kenya Co-operative Coffee Exporters (KCCE) is currently marketing coffee from various regions in Kenya for the 2015/2016 season. Click Here for a list of Co-operatives KCCE is marketing for. Coffee from these co-operatives is sold in green bean form.

For further enquiries, please e-mail us on info@kencaffee.coop

SHIRIKI COFFEE

In our endeavor to develop a coffee drinking culture in Kenya, Kenya Co-operative Coffee Dealers exists as a subsidiary of Kenya Co-operative Coffee Exporters with the aim of value-adding coffee under the brand name Shiriki.  Shiriki currently has three blends: Halisi, Lifestyle and Gold blend- our premium blend.

You can buy Shiriki nationally in all Uchumi, Naivas and Mathais supermarkets.

SHAREHOLDERS & PARTNERS

Shareholders

In the 2009, Kenya Co-operative Coffee Exporters was formed by some key co-operatives that needed a platform onto which to market their coffee to direct buyers. Some of the co-operatives included:

Othaya Farmers’ Co-operative Society Limited

Boma Farmers’ Co-operative Society

Aguthi Farmers’ Co-operative Society

Rumukia Farmers’ Co-operative Society

Kambusu Farmers’ Co-operative Society

Over the years the number of shareholders has continued to grow.

To view the profiles of these co-operatives and their coffee, click here

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Kenya’s Coffee History

Coffee was first planted in Kenya’s coast province as early as 1885 and with the high demand for coffee

Safari of Senses

Kenya is the origin of nature’s finest coffee containing more than 800 different aromatic compounds.

KCCD

KCCD   is a wholly owned  subsidiary of Kenya Cooperative Coffee Exporters and whose mission is to

KCCM

Kenya Co-operative Coffee Millers (KCCM) In order to facilitate service delivery to farmers,

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