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Rwanda Coffee

Coffee plays a major role in the economy of the country, contributing significantly to foreign exchange earnings and to the monetisation of the rural economy.

Currently, ca. 400,000 small holder farm families produce it and depend on it for their livelihoods. Coffee was introduced by Germans in early 1900s, it is dominated by mainly ‘bourbon’ type of Arabica coffees.

The production ranges from 267, 000 to 420,000 bags per year (16 000 MT to 21000MT). The total area in coffee is currently 42,000 hectares grown and it is grown in most provinces in the country at an altitude less than 1900 m

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Rwanda Tea

Tea growing in Rwanda started in 1952, Rwandan tea is planted on hillsides at high altitude between 1,900 and 2,500 m, and on well drained marshes at an altitude of between 1,550 and 1,800 m. Today tea industry is comprised of fourteen operational factories and two tea projects. Most tea processed in Rwanda is black tea (CTC), however green tea and orthodox tea is also processed in small quantities. Spicy tea is also processed on order for our esteemed customer’s requirements.

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Horticulture

The horticulture industry in Rwanda is committed to the production of high quality and environmentally friendly products while ensuring the health and welfare of the consumers. The horticulture sub-sector offers considerable potential and can contribute positively to poverty reduction and economic development if adequately exploited.

Rwanda’s comparative advantages in horticulture include favourable climate, diversified agro climatic conditions including high, medium and low altitude, fertile soils, abundant water resources, and abundant cheap labour that can be used to produce quality and competitive horticulture products for sale in regional and international markets.

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Diversification

As per NAEB, agricultural export diversification is referred to as an introduction of non-traditional agricultural exports which in turn referred to as plants and farm animals products that have been (re-)considered as export commodities after the emergence of NAEB. Under this unit, NAEB seeks to ensure matchmaking between market success opportunities and production success for the products to be introduced as export commodity.

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Growing Agricultural Exports

National Agricultural Export Development Board provides trusted market intelligence, practical advice and business tools to help Rwanda companies expand in global markets.