Top Agricultural Companies In Kenya
This is a list of Kenya’s top agricultural companies. Agriculture is the backbone of Kenya’s economy accounting for 75% of the country’s GDP. The agricultural sector has also provided many job opportunities for the majority of Kenyans.
There are arguably hundreds of agricultural companies and organizations in Kenya located in different parts of the country. However, only a fraction of these have performed so well to secure national and international recognition in terms of the products and services that they offer.
List of top Agricultural Companies in Kenya
1. Kakuzi Limited
Kakuzi is a Kenyan agricultural company that trades on the Nairobi and London Stock Exchanges. It cultivates, processes, and markets avocados, blueberries, macadamia nuts, tea, and commercial forestry.
Kakuzi is located in Murang’a, along the Meru- Nairobi Highway. Contact them through:
Kakuzi Head Office: 254 722 205895 / 254 722 205896
Nairobi Office: 254 722 205342
Vegpro is a leading agricultural company in Kenya. It leads the way in growing, packing, and exporting a diverse range of vegetables from Kenya to the rest of the world.
Sasini’s main activities include growing and processing tea, coffee, avocado, and macadamia nuts, as well as dairy operations and value addition of related products for local retail and export markets.
4. Elgon Kenya Ltd
Since 2017, Elgon Kenya has been the only agricultural company to receive the Superbrand Awards for brand excellence. It is a major supplier of agricultural inputs in East Africa. Chemicals, fertilizers, seeds, irrigation products, and animal health products are among the products available.
It is a leading agricultural company that is assisting millions of farmers in making better use of available resources, thereby improving global food security.
Ketepa is Kenya’s leading tea blending and packaging company, producing black tea, flavored tea, white tea, and herbal infusions.
7. Eaagads Limited
With over 70 years of experience growing coffee, the company has mastered the ideal growing conditions for high-quality Arabica coffee.
8. Kenya Nut Company Limited
The company was founded in 1972 with the goal of growing high-quality macadamia and cashew nuts. It has seven farms on over 8,000 acres and a complete production system, from seedlings to ready-to-sell products, as well as an international market.
9. Amiran Kenya
Since its inception in 1963, the company has provided farmers with field-proven, high-quality agricultural inputs to help reduce farming risks through crop protection, improvement, and crop enhancement, ensuring crops reach their full potential.
Finlays is a major grower, processor, and global supplier of Kenyan tea and tea extracts. It is one of Kenya’s largest agricultural export groups.