Kenyan President Ruto strikes horticulture deal with the Netherlands

Kenya and the Netherlands have committed to boosting ties and developing economic relations. The nations have partnered to enhance trade in fruits and vegetables. Under the agreement, the two nations will help enhance sustainable and responsible practices, especially in the tea sector, which aims at developing Kenya as a role model in sustainable agricultural produce sourcing while creating value for local communities, the economy, and the environment.

Kenya’s export to the Dutch market comprises mainly horticultural produce. The Netherlands is the largest buyer of Kenyan flowers, mainly for re-export to other European markets. Other exports from Kenya include fruits and vegetables, fish, tobacco, and more.


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