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Domestic coffee consumption in Kenya 2009-2020

For the season 2019/2020, domestic consumption of coffee in Kenya was estimated to reach 1,500 metric tons. Although the item has a low consumption rate on the local market, this scenario is gradually changing following the rise of the Kenyan middle class. Besides the traditional and predominant tea preference, low purchasing power among the population also restricts coffee consumption in the country. In the last decade, however, Kenya has been experiencing a fast-rising coffee drinking culture.

Domestic coffee consumption in Kenya from season 2009/2010 to season 2019/2020

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Source

Release date

June 2020

Region

Kenya

Survey time period

Season 2009/2010 to season 2019/2020

Supplementary notes

* The figure for season 2019/20 is an estimate.

The source mentions that data on the quantity of coffee is represented as a green bean equivalent (GBE). It explains that green coffee refers to all coffee in the naked bean form before roasting.

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