Agriculture is the leading sector in the Kenyan economy, accounting for about 25% of the gross domestic product (GDP), 60% of total export earnings from horticulture, floriculture, tea and coffee.

Kenya produces the highest quality coffee beans in the world. Kenya also produces the best quality tea, horticultural crops, nuts, (cashew nuts and macadamia), pyrethrum, wheat, barley, tropical fruits (mangoes, papaya, pineapples, passion, bananas, coconuts, oranges, lemons, tangerines, guavas) and oil crops. Additionally, the country produces high quality range beef, hides and skins/ leather, dairy products and fisheries.

On food safety, Kenya has in place rigorous rules and regulations that guarantee quality and safety in line with international standards.  The Kenya Bureau of Standards, a member of the International Organization of Standards ensures compliance. Kindly visit their site http://www.kebs.org

For more information on agriculture in Kenya, please visit the following agriculture based websites in Kenya.

  1. Coffee Directorate http://coffee.agricultureauthority.go.ke
  2. Tea Directorate http://www.teaboard.or.ke
  3. Kenya Flower Council http://www.kenyaflowercouncil.org
  4. Pyrethrum Board of Kenya  http://www.kenya-pyrethrum.com
  5. New Kenya Cooperative Creameries http://www.newkcc.co.ke
  6. Kenya Nut Company (Cashew nuts and Macadamia nuts) http://www.kenyanut.com
  7. Kenya Meat Commission http://www.kenyameat.co.ke
  8. Kenya Sugar Board http://www.kenyasugar.co.ke


Viale Luca Gaurico 205






For General inquiries: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For consular matters: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 




Consular Section/ Ufficio Visti

Monday to Thursday
9.30am to 12.30 p.m


Main Office

Monday to Friday

9:00am to 5:00pm

Summer Time

9:00am to 4:00pm