WE GO BEYOND FAIR TRADE
The way the coffee supply chain operates means that small farmers usually capture
less than 10% of the retail price of coffee. Small farmers, often cash strapped and
isolated, are easy prey for local traders, exporters and subsidiaries of multinational
companies, which can offer them low prices in exchange for their crop.
Kenya Coffee House has developed a brand that has partnered directly with local
coffee growers in Kenya and other parts of Africa giving them an opportunity to sell
their products directly to the consumers while reducing the number of middlemen in
the supply chain. We go beyond Fair-trade.
At a country level, the economic growth of Kenya is closely linked to tourism and
coffee production, as well as other primary commodities. Kenya depends on coffee
exports and tourism for a large part of its foreign exchange earnings. Any instability in
these sectors means the country has difficulties in meeting debt service obligations
and are unable to make much-needed investments in health, education, infrastructure
Kenya Coffee House is targeting to expand to over 25 countries and as we open more
stores, the demand for Kenyan coffee will also increase exponentially with a positive
increase in the much needed foreign exchange for the country.
Kenya Coffee House in partnership with
1. Kericho County
2. Meru County
3. Nyeri County
OPENING TIME: Monday - Friday 8AM - 10:30PM, Saturday - Sunday - 9AM - 11PM (Safari Buffet)
Company No. 07446546