Do you want to buy Khat online from a reputable supplier? Also known as Miraa. We have high-quality Khat – Export Quality! Request a quote to buy Khat today! Our company helps businesses and individual customers buy khat online from a vast licensed network of farmers. We have the best quality fresh khat! We do deliveries locally and also internationally.
Our practices align with Global GAP, SEDEX, HCDA, PEAK Association, and other certification bodies. FrutPlanet also sources and exports fruits, vegetables, cereals, spices, and seafood. Request a quote to buy khat online from Kenya today.
Khat, also known as miraa, chat, qat, and murungu, is dominantly grown in Ethiopia, Kenya, Yemen, and Eritrea. Kenyans have been growing miraa since the 19th century for domestic and export markets.
Kenya earns more than USD 232 million from khat annually. Recently, Kenya exported miraa valued at USD 1.9 million to one country in four days.
Most farmers growing khat do not produce in large quantities. They cannot meet the bulk demands of miraa buyers. Therefore, these farmers sign a contract with a khat exporter Kenya such as FrutPlanet, to sell to their target customers ordering from overseas.
With thousands of khat farmers to source from, FrutPlanet is your best partner whenever you want to buy khat online. Generate a quote now to order khat.
FrutPlanet is a wholesale tea supplier that partners and sources products from local farmers. Besides being a wholesale tea supplier, we also export other beverages, fruits, vegetables, spices, tubers, etc. Buy tea online by requesting a quote from FrutPlanet today!
Tea Exporting Countries
The largest tea exporter in the world is China, seconded by Kenya, and in third position Sri Lanka. Other major tea-exporting countries include India and Poland. The top five largest exporters of tea in the world collectively account for 67.9% of total tea sales.
Kenya is the largest exporter of tea in Africa. In 2021, the country’s tea exportations accounted for 16.3% of the total tea exports generating about $1.2 billion in revenue. Kenyan farmers cultivate tea on both small-scale and large-scale, which are classified into two classes: small rural farms and large company-run plantations.
Most large-scale farming is in the Rift valley region, including the largest tea plantation in Africa in Kericho. Small rural farms are mainly located in the highland regions within central Kenya. The Tea Research Foundation of Kenya (TRFK) has developed over 49 varieties that dominate production in the country.