Tea farmers are likely to once again receive lower earnings in the year to June this year after exports reduced by 23 billion shillings.
Agriculture and Food Authority-AFA attributed the reduced low earnings to increased supply of the green leaf caused by carryover stocks from previous years that saw a kilo of tea retail at 221 shillings at the auction, down from 258 shillings per kilo.
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