Nestlé Kenya has relaunched its popular breakfast cereal brand, Nestlé CEREVITA into the Kenyan market available in two variants; Honey and Marie Biscuit.
The plant which will be set up in the 1000 acre Special Economic Zone will see over 350 locals employed as they estimate to produce between 12 to 15 Million beer cases Yearly.
The dairy, soft and alcoholic beverages sectors in Sub-Saharan Africa has a new high-level event to look forward to, with…
Naivas Supermarkets has rolled out a credit purchasing program that enables its customers to acquire household goods and pay for them gradually over a period of one year in either daily or monthly instalments.
CABI has launched a free-to-use dedicated online resource in Kenya aimed at raising awareness of environmentally friendly biocontrol and biopesticide products and promoting their uptake by growers, their advisors and farmers.
The Kenya Planters Cooperative Union (KPCU) has received Sh2.7 billion from the Treasury of Kenya for lending to coffee farmers as the Government moves to revive the collapsing coffee sector.