Mombasa Tea Auction - Google News

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  2. Uganda: Tea Farmers Feel the Pinch As Prices Fall - AllAfrica.com

    Uganda: Tea Farmers Feel the Pinch As Prices Fall
    AllAfrica.com
    This is the same situation that over 50,000 tea farmers are grappling with and it is a reflection of the price levels at the Mombasa auction - where over 90% of Uganda's tea is sold for export. The price at the auction has dropped from Kshs270 (Ushs9 ...

  3. Tea prices rise slightly at Mombasa weekly auction - Business Daily (press release) (blog)

    Business Daily (press release) (blog)

    Tea prices rise slightly at Mombasa weekly auction
    Business Daily (press release) (blog)
    Tea prices at the Mombasa auction rose marginally in this week's sale on improved demand from Pakistan buyers even as volumes of the commodity continued to grow. A kilo of tea on average fetched Sh247 up from Sh244 in last week's trading. East African ...

  4. Tea farmers feel the pinch as prices fall - Independent

    Independent

    Tea farmers feel the pinch as prices fall
    Independent
    He harvests approximately 11,000 kilograms (11tones) of green leaf per month that he later sells to Mabale Growers Tea Factory for value addition and then the latter exports to Mombasa, Kenya for auction. “Given the declining income from the farm, I ...

  5. Heavy rains, new equipment to blame for tea, avocado stuck at port - Business Daily (press release) (blog)

    Business Daily (press release) (blog)

    Heavy rains, new equipment to blame for tea, avocado stuck at port
    Business Daily (press release) (blog)
    “The backlog affected our operations because our tea was either shutout or bookings rejected by shipping lines due to backlog, but we are happy this has been sorted out because it would have negatively affected our operations at the tea auction,” he ...

  6. Majority of firms seek nod to process speciality teas - Business Daily (press release) (blog)

    Business Daily (press release) (blog)

    Majority of firms seek nod to process speciality teas
    Business Daily (press release) (blog)
    East African Tea Traders Association (Eatta), which runs the Mombasa auction, wants the volume of black CTC to be reduced by about 10 per cent, which it says will raise the price at the auction by the same margin. “We have seen an increase in the ...

  7. Tea price rises slightly as glut persists at auction - Daily Nation

    Daily Nation

    Tea price rises slightly as glut persists at auction
    Daily Nation
    Tea prices at Mombasa auction increased by a dollar but remained stuck within a three-year low as high volumes offered for sale continue to negatively impact the value. A kilogramme fetched an average of Sh247 ($2.47) up from Sh246 ($2.46) in last week ...

  8. Sh1bn tea exports stuck in Mombasa - Business Daily (press release) (blog)

    Business Daily (press release) (blog)

    Sh1bn tea exports stuck in Mombasa
    Business Daily (press release) (blog)
    Pakistan is the top buyer of Kenyan tea. Eatta says the delays are the result of heavy congestion at the port that has seen import cargo fill up container stacking areas to capacity leaving no room for the stacking of export containers in readiness for ...
    Market hopes as UK House of Commons serves guests Kenyan teasThe Star, Kenya

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  9. US sanctions on Iran to hurt Kenya tea sales - Daily Nation

    Daily Nation

    US sanctions on Iran to hurt Kenya tea sales
    Daily Nation
    READ: Tea glut hurts prices at Mombasa auction. “Payments for tea sold to Iranian companies will be difficult as the dollar is the dominant currency of trade. However, we note trade in the euro may not be directly affected as EU countries may not go ...

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  10. Tea glut hurts prices at Mombasa auction - Business Daily (press release) (blog)

    Business Daily (press release) (blog)

    Tea glut hurts prices at Mombasa auction
    Business Daily (press release) (blog)
    An increase of tea production has pushed volumes beyond what the auction can absorb, resulting in low prices in the last couple of months. The auction has a limit of eight million kilos a week but the volumes went up to 9.5 million kilos in the sale ...

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