Kenya’s coffee is grown in the highlands between 1400 and 2000 metres above sea level. The main growing areas are around Mt. Kenya, Nakuru and Machakos. Most of Kenya’s coffee is grown on small farms organized into cooperatives and plantation/large estates. According to the Coffee Act (2001), the distinction between small and large farms is determined by the size and ownership of pulping stations. In Kenya, it is estimated that 60% of coffee is produced by smallholder farmers.Download list of coffee producers
Nyeri Hill Farm is a coffee farm estate located at an altitude of around 2,000 meters in Nyeri County. It is owned by the Archdiocese of Nyeri and consists of two factories: Nyeri hill farm and Kamwenja. At Nyeri Hill Farm, coffee is produced with pride and care and sold with dignity and with knowledge and understanding of the coffee market and its customers’ needs.
The map above is mainly for illustrative purposes. Many of the points have been developed using proxy data like schools, county wards, villages, towns and sublocations. Some points have been verified from field visits. Details about location accuracy are available from the growers list download.
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